(a photo of a model in DSTLD’s Second Skinny jeans, showing just how much elasticity is in this pair of jeans.)
A few weeks back I visited the showroom of newly launched premium denim brand, DSTLD which is based in LA; the mecca of the denim industry. DSTLD likes to use this prime location to its advantage by producing most of its inventory in the heart of the city, all while keeping their price point extremely affordable. With great quality, affordable prices and locally made products, they’re ahead of their competition already, but DSTLD is about to reach a whole other level because they are bringing the “try it at home” business model to the table. You heard right, visit the site, pick out the jeans you are interested in, get them sent to your home and try them on. You send back what you don’t like and only get charged for what you’ve kept. Shopping for denim has never been so easy or convenient.
With America’s Independence day at the forefront of the month, everyone always seems to get re-inspired by Americana style around July. It encourages everyone to bring out their best red, white and blue, and wear it proud. My favorite way to embrace the trend is usually through vintage items, but you can also get the look without having to ditch your closet for some retail therapy. We can thank brands like Ralph Lauren and Levi’s for being the founding fathers of this iconic style and also for encouraging us to always have a great pair of denim in our wardrobe. With that being said, here are a few ways to bring the style from day to night for those fun BBQs and Pool days, and also some inspiring Americana items that you can use in or outside of the holiday month. Read More >
For those of you that doubt your denim for vacation outfits, I’m here to change your mind. Yes denim can be a little heavier weight and better for those cooler months, but the light and airy denim pieces, such as Chambray, are perfect for your Summer fun. They’re light and breathable and will work with any other piece in your wardrobe.
Denim is easy; it goes with anything and can be dressed up or down pretty much taking you from day to night or from party to party. Sometimes the “dressing it up” part can be difficult because it isn’t always just slapping on a pair of heels. Here are three ways to dress up your denim for those fun Summer parties.