Steven is a huge fan of Free People jeans and they definitely suit him. The pieces carry a bohemian rocker attitude that is in complete alignment with the rocker’s personal style and they fit him well. From their printed jeans to these motos, I don’t think there has ever been a pair of theirs that Steven couldn’t pull off. You can click here to purchase Free People jeans from SHOPBOP.
If there is one brand that loves to experiment with styles, it is MOTHER. They first introduced the Stunner a few seasons back and since then they have taken the style to new territory by adding a frayed hem and many washes. But they have figured out how to keep the style feeling fresh and that is to intermix the cut with one of their new signatures, the Ankle Step Fray.
The addition of the uneven hem reads summer, yet gives a feeling of New Wave to it. It is one that I can see styled with slippers for a chic french feel or a pair of sandals to embrace the summer vibes that they give off. How will you style these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from the MOTHER website.
Denim bags are the new “It” way to incorporate denim into your looks. No longer are they possessing the homespun and repurposed look of jeans, but is as chic as can be. Men can also take a dab at this trend with the backpacks that they have to offer. For the ladies, there is an abundance from clutches to totes that can be incorporated into your looks from day to night.
The bags weren’t just slapped with denim either. They are detailed just like the classic leather pieces with embroidery and graphics along with the incorporation of mixed media. It is definitely one of the chicest ways to incorporate denim into your looks without actually wearing denim pieces and a fun way to up the double denim game another level to even triple denim. How many of you are looking forward to adding denim bags to your closets? You can see all the styles hitting the stores now below.
Reverse denim is something that I can see having a minor moment. There has been the extreme like Moschino who took the idea full on with pocket bags and seams exposed. Then there is the subtle approach like these Rag & Bone jeans who have used it more as decals.
There is balance to the style that the others who have approached the idea haven’t been able to accomplish. Down to choice of the fit for the style, it all works out and lends versatility to it. What are your thoughts on the look of reverse denim? You can click here to purchase these styles here and here from the Rag & Bone website.