Designer Jeans reviews
My next review is on a style that has always intrigued since it hit big almost four years ago, the motorcycle jeans. It is a pretty out there style for me, but I have had a couple of other motorcycle jeans/pants before and thought another would not hurt. Especially since it is by one of my favorite brands, R13.
I got sent these jeans by Williamsburg Garment Co. to review for the blog. What interested me about the company is their back story. Everything from the weaving of the denim to the construction is all made in America without sacrificing the quality. After learning more about the brand, I couldn’t have been more pleased to review a pair. Read more on the brand here and click through to read my review.
This weeks denim review of mine is going to be on A.N.D (which stands for ‘A New Denim Brand’). I introduced you to the brand late last year and interviewed the founder Sean Barron. The concept of A.N.D. was born from Sean’s appreciation of the way jeans wear in naturally. The A.N.D. team researched for over a year, collecting worn-in jeans from denim enthusiasts all over the world and studying the wear patterns. All jeans start with raw denim and while women love the look and colour of raw denim, they don’t like the stiff and uncomfortable feel. The A.N.D. team has developed a trademarked technique that takes raw untreated denim and transforms it into a soft and worn-in fabric without using water, maintaining the authenticity and integrity of the indigo dyed denim. So that’s a little bit about the brand, now onto the review.
This is a guest review from an avid Diesel fan, for the male readers who love Diesel too!
Today I’m going to be doing a guest review on the new Diesel Tepphar 0811W, a pair of the brands Jogg Jeans. I have been a fan of Diesel jeans for many years now, right from the heyday of the classic 772 wash. I have only recently been able to try the Jogg Jeans though. I was not really interested initially after seeing them and feeling the material, so was loath to try them as they just seemed like a gimmick and not like a pair of jeans should. I was finally convinced to give them a go and I am glad that I did.