Drew Barrymore graces the cover of Nylon’s August issue. The August issue of the magazine is dubbed the denim issue, so it was only natural that Drew wore Levi’s on the cover. (also check out DenimBlog’s appearance in last years issue!)
In the magazine, Drew reveals some of her denim shopping habits:
On not buying clothes herself: “I never have time for shopping. I like itÔÇª I think? If I ever do go shopping, I hit thrift stores ’cause I know I’ll find new pieces around a job or a shot. I’ve been wearing the same f–king pair of jeans for 10 years.”
You can also view the video of Drew’s shoot with Nylon by clicking this link > Drew Barrymore Nylon.
To read more about Drew’s interview and all about denim, be sure to check out Nylon’s August denim issue.
Since the skinny cargo pant trend is in full swing, I am going to be reviewing a few of them within the coming weeks. I have already reviewed the J Brand Houlihan cargos and this next review is for the Frankie B. Maury skinny cargo pants in Army Worn.
These cargo pants are so comfy!! They are made from really soft cotton, tencel and lycra. They have a really smooth and stretchy feel to them, all while being really easy to move in and perfect for wearing if you want comfort. They have the classic Frankie B. low rise and the colour is a perfect shade of army green. The thing I love most about these cargo pants is the aesthetics of them, the pockets on the knees are really cute and the back pockets have buttons and zippers on them too. These pants don’t have any ankle zips but not all cargo pants need them, there is so much detail on these cargos that ankle zips are not needed.
They run pretty true to size for Frankie B. as I stayed with my normal size. I really love these cargo pants so much, they do stretch out quite a bit though so I may have wished I had sized down one size. I have worn them twice already and they have got a bit loose in the legs area. These are definitely in my top 3 skinny cargos right now! I would definitely recommend them if you are looking to jump on the skinny cargo pants bandwagon and you are wanting a pair with a lot of details on them, these pants have a lot of stitching detail on the legs as well as all of the pockets and zips. They are definitely a cute pair! You can see all of the photos in the gallery below. Buy these pants at Frankie B. for $174.
Jeans courtesy of Frankie B.
Domino Denim is giving 1 lucky DenimBlog reader the chance to WIN a $200 shopping spree on their site! They have so many cute denim items including jeans, jackets, shirts and more! Domino cater for the men and the women so this contest is open to everyone! Jessica Alba and other celebs are a fan of the brand too!
All you have to do to enter this contest is leave a comment on this blog post with your name and a valid email in the email address box saying why you should win more than anyone else! It’s as easy as that and you can be as creative as you like!
The contest is open worldwide and will be running for 2 weeks, it will close on the 26th July. The winner will be selected by Domino Denim once the contest has ended. You can also visit the Domino Denim website to see their denim by clicking here. Good luck to everyone who enters and a huge thank you to Domino Denim for holding this contest with us!
American Eagle Outfitters, yes AE, is giving away free smartphones in honor of back-to-school. Starting July 21st – August 3rd, customers who try on a pair of AE denim will receive a free smartphone after instant discount with a two-year service plan and along with also getting a $25 AE Money Card, redeemable both in store and online. The best thing is that it is not just limited to just one phone. You get to choose from 40 different smartphones. This will only be available while supplies last.
This is like music to my ears when I heard this. It has to be one of the best deals I have ever heard. What is better than denim and a phone that can do anything. If only I didn’t already have a smartphone, I would be all over this deal. How many of you readers are excited about this deal?