This Paul Smith embroidered denim workshirt is a fresh take on the fall releases of denim shirts pouring into the market right now. By forgoing chest pockets and adding some almost-tribal, but super quirky embroidery, this denim shirt hits the next level. If you’re looking for something beyond the traditional wardrobe staple this fall, this might be it (and dare we say it’s looking pretty unisex to us!). This medium-weight must-have retails at about $248 and it’s 100% cotton. You can grab yours at Goodhood.
Images via Selectism.
Tags: denim shirt, embroidered denim, fall fashion, Paul Smith
We’re DIY-obsessed here at DT, but one thing that really lights a fire under us is vintage inspiration from denim-days gone by. One such exciting example is one we found at this crafty blog, featuring magazine pages of embroidered denim from the 1970s. The colorful bohemian designs root from the ethnic influences that becoming massively popular at the time (and have made a serious comeback now). The images are from a contest the magazine (New Ingenue) was holding, titled “Decorate Your Denim”. Sounds fun, doesn’t it? Check out some of the winners below, and get inspired!
Images via Knitsquirrel—click through for more!
Tags: 1970s denim, 70s trends, Bohemian style, embroidered denim, New Ingenue, vintage denim