Nicole Richie was spotted doing some shopping in West Hollywood, California. The designer wore a pair of Genetic Denim Shya in Gaze with some ankle boots and a sweater under a jacket. She then topped the look off with a Chanel fanny pack.
I think this is a great way to wear gray denim, but I might be a bit bias since I have been wearing a similar look lately with mine. I think the layering is great and the color scheme is down right perfect. How have you guys been wearing your gray denim? You can click here to purchase Genetic Denim from their website.
Velvet is synonymous with the holiday season and Genetic is one of the few to constantly use the lush material when this time comes around. Remember their Shane in velvet? For this season they brought them back in the form of flares.
With the same rich feel and in a smart flare, I cannot see these being anything but popular amongst Genetic lovers. Pair these with a black button up or a structured pea coat for looks that are sharp and chic. You can click here to get them at Shopbop for $284.
Everyone likes a little update from the classic pieces every now and then. One brand that has offered new approaches over the past few seasons is Genetic and just because they did leather, it didn’t mean that they were going to stray away from the idea.
To go along with their classic styles, they came out with a lizard effect embossed pair that did not distract from the slimming Shya fit. What I find great about this pair is that they feel like an elevated corduroy. You can easily pair them with everything from sweaters and blazers to a leather jacket and still look effortless either way you wear them. How many of you are looking forward to trying these?
This weeks denim review is on a pair of Genetic Denim Shya Skinny Jeans in Torch. I haven’t ever reviewed Genetic Denim before, but I do have a pair of their older jeans from about 3-4 years ago, and I did really like those. Back then, the brand was famous for having the DNA stitching up the side of the back pocket, but since then, they have toned it down quite a lot and it’s really minimal now, but still maintains the essence of the brand. I always thought Genetic Denim was so creative, I love the fact that they play on the words genes and jeans and actually have XX stitching on the front of the women’s jeans and XY on the guys, to symbolize the genetic make up of the male and female bodies. It’s really unique and so inventive, I just love brands with a story behind them!