Overalls are one of those styles that I feel very strongly about when it comes to “the more rustic, the better” concept, especially when it comes to denim styles. True Religion is on the same boat with this theory when it came to their Erin Overalls in Axud Lost Paradise.
The style is patched, sanded and kept slouchy to keep them feeling easy. But with all these details, the brand has kept other details subtle. Their signature stitching was kept minimal and classic to not overwhelm the piece.
This new subtle approach is something that I have noticed quite a bit with their newer styles. It takes the pieces to another vibe that their jeans didn’t embody before and making them feel more versatile without taking away the soul of the brand. What do you think of this new approach? You can click here to purchase these overalls from the True Religion website for $398.
Fabric Brand & Co. is a brand that I have recently come across. Made of Selvedge denim in Japan, these styles have that naturally worn in look without all the work that comes with it. I would not expect anything less coming from one of the meccas of denim.
When it comes to wears, a natural feel is something that we all look for. With the jeans by Fabric Brand & Co, the details didn’t just stop with the fading, whiskering and honeycombs. I have never seen washes that felt as organic as these before. The addition of the smaller distressing at each fade takes the jeans to another level that has not been done before by others. Truly amazing and worth being checked out. You can click here to purchase these styles from EAST DANE now.
The Rag & Bone Miramar jeans are one of the most innovative styles, in my opinion. I mean, a graphic printed sweat pant cannot be any better. Just when the blues amazed me with their perfected printing, they release another take on style in their Rock w/ Holes wash.
Given the same aged and worn approach, the style feels easier than its predecessor. What are your thoughts on this new style? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP for $297.
Everybody’s favourite, J.Crew, have just launched a brand new premium denim line called Point Sur Denim. Point Sur Denim is made from soft and stretchy ring spun cotton from the U.S. and Japan and the line is made locally in the denim capital of America: Los Angeles, California.