I’ve been a fan of Joe’s for quite some time now…they are always so soft, stretch out to fit the body just right (as long as you size down!), and those curvy styles? Second to none!! It’s definitely a brand I’ve wanted to revisit several times, because although they are a fairly basic brand (simple details, no over-the-top pocket styles, and clean versatile washes), I’m always curious to see what they will come out with next. The Honey (curvy style) always fits me perfectly but I’m more of a skinny jeans girl…so I’m really wanting to find a good curvy skinny style from this brand that I don’t need to wear a belt with. The brand is obviously a tried-and-true one, so I know I can’t give up on them just yet!
I got a newsletter from the brand this morning which highlighted a few new vintage washes. Look at these details! So pretty! Joe’s is now moving back up near the top of my list as a brand to keep my eyes on…I want to get my hands on one of these new pairs to try them out!
These can be purchased Here.
The one thing that draws me to the premium denim market is the fact that it is ever-evolving and limitless. It’s like art! Check these out…a brand new style by Closed Denim. I’d totally rock these.
These jeans can be purchased Here
At my doorstep today was my first pair of jeans to review! These are the Type C 3D jeans in a beautiful dark wash from G-Star. The details and quality with these is immediately impressive! I’ll be wearing these around for a little bit to see how they break in, etc, and then it will be reviewing time!
History is always fascinating. The world of fashion and style holds some of the most iconic testaments of the ages, and I find it entirely amusing to watch it evolve. At one time a lot of it may have been based on specific, specialized purposes (a la waist cinching), but over time it’s become a lot more superficial, open and free as the days of girdles and corsets trail farther and farther behind us and self expression is seen as more socially acceptable. Check out this interesting article about the golden years of Abercrombie & Fitch, back when it was actually more practical and important to the growth of our culture and not limited to members of your high school varsity team competing with each other for social status.
Abercrombie & Fitch, circa 1890s
Could you have guessed?
Whole article here.
Upon researching brands that are unfamiliar to me to brainstorm future reviews for Denimology, I came across 3×1 denim. This one looks truly fascinating. Each style is designed by founder Scott Morrison, who has 15 years of denim experience under his belt. The brand boasts superior quality with the world’s finest selvedge fabric, sewing construction, and materials along with the best fit down to the finest detail. Speaking of fit, if you aren’t happy with the brand’s many ready-to-wear styles, you can march down to their shop at 15 Mercer in NYC and have a pair custom made just to fit your body and match your creative tastes. This looks like a brand to keep my eyes out for!
Read more about the brand Here.
It’s official…how fun is this??? A chance to check out new denim brands and styles and help gain them a little publicity…dream come true. My first review was for a pair of AG Jeans that I fell for recently. You can read the entire thing here!
Over 60 pairs of jeans, a closet full of years of passionate collecting…what’s a girl to do? The idea of a fashion blog (or a blog, period) seemed fairly daunting for long enough, but the concept of finding some way to document all of my favorite outfits from my ever-growing apparel stash sounded pretty darn attractive to me. So here we go…with an opportunity to review denim for Denimology paired with years of experience designing retail collateral for (and collecting/getting to know denim from) brick and mortar boutiques, I decided to finally begin an outlet for my love of fashion and life’s experiences in general. I can be dark, I can be light, and I can be everything in between…I don’t believe in limits. We can’t expect our lives to run as perfectly and smoothly as a musical chord; how would we ever grow ourselves without a little dissonance? So is my life, and here goes….