We have seen lots of celebrities rocking the ripped jeans look over the last few seasons. Many times, it looks rad and we want to run out and buy their shredded blues. But, take one look at Brandy Norwood, and you’ll know exactly what we mean when we dub denim “too destroyed“. Fortunately for Brandy, all it takes is a quick trip to Denim Therapy to get those holes under control. Check out all of our services and see what other things we can do Brandy, and you!
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A friendly PSA from your friends in the Denim Therapy office… Warm weather is on its way! Don’t forget, Denim Therapy fixes all types of denim duds—even your shortest shorts!
Repair your favorite jeans now, and check out our other expert denim services, from tailoring to dying, hardware replacement, and more.
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We get denim repairs sent in from all over the world here at Denim Therapy, packaged in strange and amazing ways, containing peanuts, bubble wrap, and even tissue paper. But, our favorite thing to receive are jeans where the damaged area is marked in creative ways. Take this black and yellow bat bandaid for example!
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Don’t you feel like summer always ends too soon? It may be getting colder but J Brand‘s new Kane jeans in Sid lets guys keep that laid-back, Cali look with them all year round. The distressed wash and rip details give off a vibe of effortless style while the slim straight leg ensure a very flattering fit. These jeans will go perfectly with fall staples like plaid button-downs, light jackets, and boots. Bottom line: you will not regret getting a pair of these! Don’t be the odd one out and get yours at JBrandJeans.
Images via J Brand.
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We’re really amused by this playful series shot by Andreas Sjodin of Norwegian model Siri Toller?d, face contorted into quizzical stares, bike tire and wrench at hand. With knees cut and dirt smudged all over her worse-for-wear denim outfits, she’s a refreshing departure from ultra-glam denim editorials (though you know we love those too!), and she brings it right back to the beginning: Denim as a utility fabric (that just happens to look absolutely amazing).
See the full editorial here.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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