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Street Style: Patch Work Jeans That Do All The Talking

It’s taken for granted that jeans are a basic you can build off of. They’re the go-to staple that you can dress up with a killer blazer and jewels or dress down with a filmy tank top and flats. But sometimes jeans become the focal point on their own, and no additional frills are needed to nail a killer, effortless look. Mexican blogger Andy T. exhibits this concept beautifully with a pair of acid wash contrast-patchwork jeans (they’re H&M) and a basic black knit top, jacket, and boots.


Image via Andy T.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Feb 28 2012 in Denim Fashion » Street Style Watch

A Quirky Take On Mickey Mouse With CLOT X DISNEY Jeans

Hong Kong line CLOT Inc. has paired up with everyone’s favorite source of childhood entertainment to bring you a pair of jeans that are, quite literally, cheeky. Sandblasted, relaxed, and covered in Disney patches, these CLOT x DISNEY pants feature a saucy-looking Mickey winking out at the world, upside down, from across your bum. They’ll definitely make a bolder statement than your typical Mickey Mouse graphic tee ever could!

Image via BKRW-DENIM

—Brie Hiramine

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Posted Nov 23 2011 in Denim Buys

TEXTILE Elizabeth & James Fall 2011 Jeans

The Olsen Twins are determined to make their denim-centric TEXTILE Elizabeth & James line a thriving, distinguishable brand, rather than a capsule spin-off from the more established Elizabeth & James brand.  Do not mistake TEXTILE as a diffusion line; the price points are pretty similar.  For the Fall 2011 lookbook, artfully patched jeans in colorful blocks of overlapping fabric is the stand-out feature.  The rest of the collection is a slubby, laid-back California vibe (note the poncho, layering tees and longjohns).  There is some hint of the ’70s trend via the flared jeans (if the model’s blond, tousled hair is no indicator), but fall looks to be less ’70s than the current Spring-Summer 2011 collection.  Check out a few of our favorites or view the entire denim selection in the gallery.

TEXTILE Elizabeth & James Flared Jeans

TEXTILE Elizabeth & James Patchwork Denim

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Images via Refinery29.  The view the entire lookbook, go to Refinery29.

Kathy Ng Hassan


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Posted May 06 2011 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks

See by Chloe Summer of Feminine Jeans

With summer going official in just mere weeks, we welcome See by Chloe‘s Summer 2011 Lookbook of feminine and frilly separates.  From patchwork denim Boyfriend silhouettes to cuffed denim shorts which remind us of flirty bloomers; it’s not a far cry to think this collection—with splashes of primary color blocking—is hugely inspired by little girl’s clothes.  Make that little girl’s clothes with a grown-up’s sophistication.  We suspect Alexa Chung, the poster It Girl for “little girl chic,” is already so on board with that.  Equally girlie bib-front, puff-sleeved and bow-tied tops incorporating floral graphics add a joie de vivre sensibility to your summer wardrobe.  Are you getting inspired yet?

View the gallery for the full lookbook:

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Model: Dorothea Barth Jorgensen.  Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.


—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Apr 29 2011 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks
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