Winter is a great time of year to rock that jeans and boots look, no matter what type of boots or fit of jean. With the right pair of jeans, you’ll have months of hassle-free street style looks. For ankle boots, wear cropped jeans or try cuffing them with a thin cuff for a delicate look. Skinny or boyfriend jeans work. For tall boots, wear denim leggings or skinny jeans. They stay in your boots better and are less likely to pinch. Avoid wearing slim or boot cut jeans if you want to tuck them in. You want a sleek silhouette. Now, all you have to do is throw on the perfect knit top or wintry coat to complete the look.
Frye Jane 14L Boots / Aquazzura Czarina Knee High Boots / Steven Intyce Boot
Modern Vintage Allison Chunky Booties / Zara Wide Heel Ankle Boot / Ash Chloe Platform Booties
ASOS Album Ankle Boots / Jeffrey Campbell France Wrap Boots / Dolce Vita Fury Bootie
Fiorentini & Baker Wrap Ankle Boots / AllSaints Widow Buckle Boot / Rag & Bone Knee High Newbury
Forever 21 Platform Booties / Alexander Wang Kamila Bootie / DV by Dolce Vita Marko Harness Boot
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If you think your closet might need a little European boost this Spring, look no further than the gorgeous Italian designs of Nine in the Morning. Giving us some of their most perfectly fitted, sexy denim yet, it’s easy to see that owners and brothers Umberto and Alessandro Vendramin came from a long line of luxury textilers. This season’s lookbook features looser-fitting, paint-splattered jeans for both men and women, as well as dark-wash, super tight women’s jeans that appear to be stretchy enough to do yoga in. Seriously, could these jeans fit any better? We think not.
NYC, college students, parties, random hookups and a pair of missing jeans, come full circle in MTV’s new original series I just want my pants back, a television remake of David J Rosen’s (who also happens to be the show’s producer) famous novel. The show follows Jason Strider a 20 something yr old college graduate who has an unexpected one night stand with Annie, who then borrows his jeans in a rush and only to never return them. Annie’s contact information turns out to be erroneous, leaving Jason with no apparent way to find her. Thus leading to the seemingly never-ending quest for Jason’s jeans and so to speak, himself along the way. Set in Greenpoint Brooklyn, this comical and quite amusing, coming of age series, makes our relationship with our denim just that much stronger. (Who would have thought all that conviction and love would go into getting our favorite pair of jeans back?) Full season episodes are set to start this coming January, we’ll be watching, will you? Check out a sneak preview below.
Media via MTV
— Ashlee Mellowes
Tags: brooklyn, David J Rosen, DENIM, Fall 2011/winter 2012, Greenpoint, I Just want my pants back, jeans, MTV, nyc, TV shows
While out and about in NYC this weekend, we ran into Sarah, whose mustard yellow sweater and dark-wash denim cut-off shorts had us super-inspired for fall. The jewel tone top and destroyed cut-offs are a great mix of sweet vintage charm and downtown rock’n’roll. She finished off her look with a trucker hat and a layered striped shirt beneath the sleeveless sweater. Love it.
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—Michelle Christina Larsen
Tags: cut off shorts, dark wash, destroyed denim, fall style, frayed, jeans, mustard yellow, nyc style, VinTage
You know you’re looking at a Quiksilver lookbook when its autumn collection is featured on the beach and the models are wearing nothing but jeans, tees, denim shirts, and slouchy beanies. Definitely very So-Cal, which means its definitely summer-ready (don’t let the snow-capped mountains in the background fool you). Made up of everything killer wardrobe separates that are perfect for any beach-front adventure such as dresses, knits, tees, and fleece the women’s collections also feature amazing denim pieces from jackets, shorts, and, yes, even denim mini skirts. When you’re getting 80° warm sunny days in October, we figure you can get away with it. But if you happen to be outside of the Cali sun during the fall you can definitely include some of these looks into your summer wardrobe.
Images via Bollare Communications.
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For any of those who had a doubt in their mind whether or not denim was going to be sticking around for yet another season we hate to say it, but we totally told you so. From denim jackets and blazers to jeans the big blue makes a mark on most every single note-worthy collection, though not always in its signature color. Print is a huge trend for the spring summer 2012 season and designer Paul Smith totally rocks it out modernizing the classic Levi’s denim jacket with abstract prints in electric jewel tones. As for Viktor & Rolf, multi-stripe denim separates add some dimension to the overall muted color palette of the 70s inspired collection. Likewise, denim jackets made a mark in a retro 70s vibe in Burberry Prorsum‘s ethic print-heavy lineup.
Images via GQ, Dazed Digital, and The Fashionisto.
Though it’s definitely not the driving force that it has been in past seasons, denim is still a strong force on the runways lending itself as a grounding element to most collections including Acne, who we have to say had some killer denim accessories. Definitely not going anywhere!
Had enough? Didn’t think so. Stay tuned for more menswear highlights from Paris Fashion Week!
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When it comes to New York nightlife, it’s more or less a free-for-all. You may spend your night drinking with runway models and foreign royalty, crashing loft parties, or enduring experimental poetry readings in communes. Anything seems to go—even pole dancing in denim! We snapped a few shots of one of our favorite exhibitionists in action below ground level this weekend and we thought you might appreciate them. If only more gals would lose the spandex and stick to jeans!
—Michelle Christina Larsen
Tags: club, DENIM, jeans, new york city, nightlife, pole dancing
At the end of the night in a crazy-craaazy club in Manhattan’s Lower East Side called Mehanata, we peered over the bar to notice that one of the bartenders was wearing a pair of loose-fit Zara jeans with a grey waistband, front-button detail, and a cute cuffed hem. She’s gotta move like the wind pouring drinks for impatient nutjobs all night, and we imagine that’s not hard to do when you’re wearing comfy denim like this, paired with some kicks! Check out her style in these snapshots below.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
Tags: boyfriend cut, denim style, jeans, loose fit, manhattan, mehanata, new york city, Zara
Some of the DT team were hanging out at a house party on the upper east side recently when we realized one of our comrades form Japan, KOOan Okawa (a local NYC taste-maker who’s won awards for his contributions to fashion design and currently works with legendary artists and rising stars in the music world), was wearing Coca-Cola jeans. What does that mean, you ask? Does Coca Cola make jeans? No, not really. But in Korea, for some reason, these were manufactured by a brand called Alice. And we love them. Check them out below.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
Tags: coca cola, DENIM, Japanese denim, jeans, kooan, korea, korean jeans, pants, polaroid