J Crew has teamed up with Blue Jeans Go Green to launch a trade in program. Now until September 30th, bring in a pair of used jeans to J. Crew stores and Blue Jeans Go Green will use them to create Eco-friendly denim insulation for communities in need. Not only will your jeans be recycled, but J. Crew will also give a $20 credit towards a pair of new J. Crew jeans.
You can expect some fine-tuned takes on the classic style, like a cropped version, the classic skinny and the popular Channel Seam that fit right in with the J. Crew aesthetic of classicism. With washes like a classic black and vintage inspired worn blue, I can only see these styles being a favorite amongst their fans. Check out the styles below and get ready to purchase a pair when they become available on J.Crew.
When I saw this J. Crew chambray tunic, I knew I wanted to style an outfit around it. I love the detail of the embroidery and think it is a really versatile piece that can be worn over a swimsuit or dressed up for night. I styled a look that I think can work for day or night.
I chose these Tory Burch leather shorts because I love that they look striped, but are actually snakeskin print, which I think adds a bit of edge. For shoes, I chose these chunky heeled fringe sandals from Tod’s because the chunkier heel dresses down the look and the fringe adds some texture. For accessories, I chose these cat eye sunglasses from Kamali Kulture and I thought this Furla Candy bag added a playful touch.
Everybody’s favourite, J.Crew, have just launched a brand new premium denim line called Point Sur Denim. Point Sur Denim is made from soft and stretchy ring spun cotton from the U.S. and Japan and the line is made locally in the denim capital of America: Los Angeles, California.