Designer Jeans reviews
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!
My review this week is on a brand that’s still relatively new, Frame. After discovering them this past fall and receiving a pair, I can say that there is no better name to suit the brand. I have always been envious seeing other men able to find skinny jeans that fit them and after getting this pair I can say that I now have a style that fits me just like that. From the details to the fit, click inside see why these have joined my ‘Top 5’ pair of jeans.
This weeks denim review is on a pair of the Frankie B. Denim Hipster Overalls in Japan Blue. These are my second pair of skinny overalls/dungarees as I previously reviewed the G-Star pair. These are quite a lot different in wash, fit and material, so it’s nice to be reviewing another pair.
These weeks denim review of mine is on the James Jeans Moto skinny jeans in Laguna. I’m a big fan of James Jeans as a brand, and this makes my second pair of their moto jeans. My other pair is from a couple of years ago and they are a washed black colour, so technically these are my first blue moto James Jeans.