An seemingly endless struggle that we’ve all dealt with at one point or another? Finding jeans that flatter your butt. Butt-flattering denim is the crown jewel of wardrobe staples. Looking amazing in your jeans can make a bad day good, and a good day better. So what’s the secret formula? How do you find your perfect pair? Unsurprisingly, its all about the shape of your butt and your proportions. Get schooled over here, and then go forth and find yourself some butt-flattering jeans.
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The ladies over at Jean Stories are masters of less-is-more and respecting classic style. They’re keeping it real this week with a guide to pairing your jeans with the perfect tee, and you can’t go wrong with that! As they note, “We’re really stating the obvious here when we say that a white t-shirt with faded, worn-in blue jeans is always cool.” Check out the full post and get ready to pick yourself a white tee.
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When it’s time to face the world, the most essential things in your closet are the denim basics you can base countless looks on. Building out your wardrobe from a few key denim pieces is a snap, once you have them in place. So, what are they? Nordstrom has the men’s denim essentials listed right here.
And don’t forget… if any of those denim essentials should wear, tear, or require a little tailoring, Denim Therapy’s denim repair experts have your back.
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It’s a myth that traveling light has to equal rolled-up sun dresses and whatever denim staples you can layer on when you get on the plane. A Pair & A Spare has demystified the “How To Pack!?” formula this season, working in a capsule wardrobe that includes your favorite denim jacket, chambray romper, and cut-off shorts (not to mention other must-have staples). Check out the full guide, and get packing!
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We’re huge fans of unisex styling, as well as the come-and-go trend that always feels relevant, denim on denim. In this video by Refinery29, Hannah Hart of web series My Drunk Kitchen and Deryck Todd, creator of Bowie Ball break down how to style your double denim looks in ways that work for both the ladies and the gents, interchangeably. See it here.
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One thing is true about the ombre dip-dye trend. It comes and goes, but it always comes back again. We never tire of a well executed dip-dye job, especially when it comes to jeans. Refinery29 laid out a comprehensive tutorial on getting this look for yourself, with a little at-home dye station and some rubber gloves. Check out the step-by-step here, and show us your results on facebook! We’d love to see ’em.
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—Michelle Christina Larsen
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As the ice melts away and we greet spring (with huge, huge smiles, obviously), we’re all facing our closets with similar questions. It’s no easy task dressing for the in-between seasons, when it’s not warm enough to go bare legs, but not cold enough to wrap up in layers. Here’s one tip on pairing your favorites from both season into one great look, care of style blog Swellmayde, featured below.
This look includes a great medium wash denim jacket draped over a black floral dress (the color of the dress, or lack there of, makes it perfect for early spring), with a black leather bag and booties. Both of the accessories have a nice touch of metallic hardware, making this the ideal ensemble for between seasons. See more photos here.
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It’s finally March, and while the cold season is still churning out nearly intolerable days, you may have begun to wonder how to transition your denim into spring. One of our favorite bloggers, Sincerely Jules, illustrates the perfect way to bring your layered wintered look into spring with a pair of white destroyed denim skinny jeans and a blush-hued sweatshirt. She ties her chambray shirt around her waist and tops the whole thing off with epic jeweled earrings. We’re in love!
The break down?
Trade in darker denim hues for whites and pastels.
Mix rosy hues with light colored outerwear.
Tie previously worn layers, like a chambray shirt, around your waist.
Keep it sweet by mixing destroyed denim with epic earrings.
See more from Sincerely Jules (all images by Sincerely Jules).
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When it comes to caring for jeans, advice is almost as varied as that of caring for a newborn baby. Every information source seems to have their own ideas about taking care of something this precious. A recent article on Refinery29 suggests washing your jeans after every wear. We could hear denim heads across the globe shrieking and clinging to their precious unwashed raw selvedge. At Denim Therapy, we suggest only laundering your jeans (properly—which means not always in a washing machine) when needed. See below for our tips on cleaning denim…
Non-raw & blended denim:
Wash your jeans as little as possible. You only need to wash them if an odor or stain develops (and remember, stains can be spot-treated). When you do wash them, do so individually in a cold wash to prevent bleeding & shrinking and use a gentle detergent like Woolite. Always air dry your jeans.
Follow the same process as above if you’re going to wash them traditionally. You can also experiment with spot treatment, leaving them in the freezer to remove odor, and baking them in the oven (for the brave, only!) to remove bacteria.
Preventing color running:
To prevent dye transfer during washing, wash them once inside-out in hot water to run the “loose” dye, and then wash them again using half a cup of vinegar to set the color. Some dye may still run after this, depending on the jeans, so follow the instructions on the label of your jeans to avoid a dramatic change in appearance after washing.
Learn more about Denim Therapy’s expert repair services and send us your jeans for alteration, hole fixing, or hardware replacement. We do it all, so your favorite jeans never have to expire.
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