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Loved this challenge, if only because I found myself wearing a ton of denim all the sudden for the past few weeks. I have a couple vintage denim jackets that I've had forever and barely worn, but I worked them into my rotation the past few weeks, experimenting with different combos, and now I can see myself wearing them all the time. Also liked seeing the interesting denim repairs on some of these fits - Parker's work in particular I'm probably going to copy on a few...
I'll admit I didn't look at their collections all that closely, but I did notice they were going for a more fashion forward look recently. But most of that stuff outside their regular comfort zone looked kinda silly to me.
At a 6 year old bday party, dadcore denim stylez. I was instagrammed by a friend.
Ahhh - you correctly guessed my confusion there.
Love the texture of that kamakura - is that their chambray or do they do a denim?
^^^ I really like that one, hope to pick up a bottle one day.
If you can lengthen and shape the leg a bit (Like slimmer at the thigh and the gentlest of flares below the knee) like Parker suggests that would be cool, but if that's not possible I think tapering is a safer bet. I can't tell how those pants were cut exactly but they're a bit boxy as is.
American Apparel had denim shirts in every wash from dark to light an in between, but they aren't western in cut or styling. There are usually a lot of cool denim western shirts on eBay if you don't mind...
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