Light washes are something you don’t normally associate with the Fall/Winter season. But with the ’70s being a huge trend, there is no surprise that denim brands have also followed suit with their washes. 3×1 is one of those brands that has released their Light Vintage wash that embodied the decade with their exceptional eye on cut and detailing.
This is one of those washes that is timeless and versatile. You can pair them with anything at any time of the year, which makes them a piece that should be a staple in everyone’s closet. How many of you are loving this wash? I can’t wait to see who will be the first one caught in these. You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
Ever wanted the Jagger jeans by Hudson from many years back? Remember those heavily distressed with the Union Flag lining? Well if you missed out the first time around, Hudson has released a new take on the style with their Melissa Mid-Rise in Nemesis.
For the new style, Hudson has replaced the Union Jack lining with a tartan print for that same punk feel. Pair them with a ripped rocker tee and some lace-up boots for a tamed crust punk inspired look. You can click here to purchase these jeans exclusively at Selfridges for £330.
The boyfriend cut is nothing new, but it doesn’t mean it can’t get an update. Courtesy of J Brand, the style that has become a staple in every women’s closet has been re-birthed from the cropped and cuffed styles that we have been seeing the past few years.
With the new Johnny cut by the leading brand, they have come out with a style that is full length and ready for you to style. It’s levels chicer than the predecessor. With an early 2000′s feel, I can see the style being paired with pointy-toe pumps and flats in the way of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen during the era of the ‘It’ girls. How many of you are loving this new style? You can click here to purchase this cut from the J Brand website.
This has been a style that I have been waiting to happen for a while, probably since Paige first released the Edgemonts a couple of years back. Then the moment I saw them, I could not have been happier as I feel like it was long overdue. But Paige finally did it and released their Edgemont cut in LEATHER.
The Edgemont has always been a favorite of mine for being one of those styles that felt strong and can handle any wash or fabrication you throw at it. So to finally see these, I can’t wait to see what else designer Paige Adams-Geller has up her sleeves. Hopefully we will see her take on suede next. You can click here to purchase these pants from SHOPBOP and the Paige website.