IT’S all around the houses, as trousers this blog, because I am looking for some jeans and blimey where to start?
The darker denim lines always hold sway and work well with either trainers, boots or suede footwear.
I am very taken with the Edwin jeans, especially the Hidetora unwashed, they are the right side of dark denim for me, although the red selvedge are also worth a view and fore those fans of the skinny leg, check out the ‘slim’ leg line.
Having drawled all over the recent release of the Levi vintage range, which will surely blow away the stores when they are released this spring.
Boot cut all the way for me it must be said, but if you can’t wait that long the PWR ranges are straight 504 is an early release, while the sta-prest will always provide a classic look.
And in true Brit style classic Wrangler jeans, topped with checked shirts are also worth running back to.
Released by popular demand, the jeans come in at a every reasonable price, with two ranges on the shelf, the original Blue Bell and just Wrangler ranges, with the Ace jeans bringing back a much missed look.
The blue bell offers some stunning cuts, especially in the clay Moto Sherpa denim shirt which makes any look, classic W emblazoned across the chest pockets in a superb denim sheen.
All these combine well with penguin jackets, Harringtons being the obvious cult look that has always cut an anti-establishment style all of its own.
All we need now is a two tone or Ska revolution and we are set for a dancing summer.