Scandinavian denim brand Cheap Monday is releasing a new denim collection. The collection, called “7 Days Jeans”, was released this month. Featuring offerings for both men and women. There are 7 different styles, each named after the 7 days of the week. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday are styles mainly worn by men, while Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday are more female focused. The styles are cut in 31 different washes, ranging from corduroy to bright colors.
The inspiration behind the brand is all about simplicity, individuality and freedom in order to find a wash and fit that suits different personalities and types. It’s also about a reasonable price tag. The prices will range from around $40-60. They are available for purchase online at Weekday.com. Check out the video and look book.
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Here is the new Cheap Monday Fall/Winter 2011 Look Book which features ├ûrjan Andersson, the creator of the brand. I think it’s a really good idea to use the founder in the Look Book, it’s something different and it can give off the vibe the creator intended.
I’ve always found Cheap Monday clothes to be very out there and different. This collection actually feels like one of the most extreme ones they have done, you will see what I mean when you view some of the images in the gallery below. What do you think of it? You can buy Cheap Monday online here.
Nothing beats premium denim, but there are many great brands out there that are under $100. Here are my top three brands that I have tried out and are still my go to when I can’t find anything. These are just my favorites, but feel free to tell us some of yours that are under $100. Check out my favorites below.
1. You can never go wrong with these. I have to say that the Levi’s 511s has to be my favorite fit by them. They are also what I have to say still one of the best brands out there. The measurements on these are prefect. The rise is not to high, contrary to what it is said to be and they are also cut slim but still has room for movement. If you haven’t tried these (which I doubt), then you should really give these a try. They will last forever. Click here to purchase these jeans for $54.
2. This is also another great brand. I think Cheap Mondays are great because of the stretch in their jeans. It just makes it so much easier to move in right when you get them. They are also cut very slim. The only dislike I have on these jeans would have to be the rise. It is just way too high for me, which makes it very uncomfortable if you wear your jeans low. Other than that, these are really great. Click here to purchase these jeans for $65.
3. These BDG Jeans would have to be the softest of the three. They are thin, but they will last a couple of years, if taken care of. They are cut slimmer than it is portrayed in the photo above. The rise on these is also slightly high, but it can be accommodated. They also have some really great washes to choose from. Click here to purchase these jeans for $49.
The Swedish label, Cheap Monday, known for their sleek dark hued looks, has released their Fall/Winter 2010 collection at Swedish Fashion week last week. The collection will feature gray hued distressed skinny looks for both men and women. Check out some of the looks below: