7 For All Mankind is expanding their market, with a denim line for the working mom. The line, Jen7, aims to offer jeans that are stylish and sophisticated with comfort and a flattering fit.
The debut collection will feature 3 different styles; skinny, slim/straight, and a bootcut, in a variety of different washes and patterns. Some of the biggest differences are the 2 inch stretch throughout the hips and waist, a higher rise, shorter inseam, as well as offering up to size 14. Prices will start at $175 and be sold at Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, and other retailers, as well as online, starting this fall.
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James Jeans has released a new take on their popular Twiggy style, the Dancer. Made from a softer, more form fitting fabric, the Dancer is meant to have the fit and comfort similar to a yoga legging. It comes in four different washes and is available for pre-order on the James Jean’s website. What do you think of this new style, is it something you would wear?
DSTLD (pronounced Distilled) is a newly launched denim collection for women, with a twist. The brand aims to bring the quality and fit of premium denim, without premium cost. The brand has sourced fabrics from all over the world and enlisted the help of denim design pros, but by cutting out the middleman and having a direct-to-consumer product, they are able to offer jeans at an under $100 price point, $65 to be exact.
While buying jeans is always tricky, buying them online can be especially, so DSTLD has added an at-home try on feature. They’ll send you up to 3 different pairs for a free 10-day trial period, to determine which style you want to keep. You can check out some of the collection below, which includes Cigarette, Slim Leg, and skinny cuts, in black, dark, medium, and light washes. As of now, the collection is available via their website dstldjeans.com.
After sitting out the past few season, William Rast is back with a revamped aesthetic. Here is a peek at their Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, which shows less rock and roll and instead is sleeker with more refined silhouettes. Check out some of the images from the collection below. What do you think of the brand’s new look?
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