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{July 17, 2008}   Wardrobe Essentials – Jeans

Following on from our previous post on the importance of a decent t-shirt, its time to turn our attention to another essential wardrobe component – jeans. The Jeans powerbase has shifted over the last 15 years or so from the dominance of US giant Levi’s to the Japanese market (Evisu bought original 1950s US 29inch looms). The good news now is that you can actually grab a decent pair for hardly anything. This gives a great chance to experiment with some different looks.

Here are some of our favourite jeans:

  • Levi’s – Still making great jeans
  • Lee Jeans – Original US Jeans
  • Evisu – Japanese re-invention
  • One True Saxon – Great British Jeans
  • Peacocks Jeans – Nice range of styles including skinny, wide legged, cropped and slouch
  • eBay – Always worth a look for vintage styles – be careful though

Hopefully there should be something there for everyone, let us know if there’s any that we’ve missed!

The glory of denim

The glory of denim



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