1. Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi Strauss & Co. is an American clothing company known worldwide for its Levi’s brand of denim jeans. It was founded in May 1853 when German immigrant Levi Strauss came from Buttenheim, Bavaria, to San Francisco, California to open a west coast branch of his brothers’ New York dry goods business. It was on that day that Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis obtained a U.S. patent on the process of putting rivets in men’s work pants for the very first time. These riveted pants were an instant hit.

2. Acne

Acne

Acne

Acne is a multidisciplinary luxury fashion house based in Stockholm, Sweden.  Founded in 1996 as part of the creative collective ACNE, an acronym for Associated Computer Nerd Enterprises that was later changed to Ambition to Create Novel Expressions, the fashion house specializes in men’s and women’s ready to wear fashion, footwear, accessories and demin. Jonny Johansson designed a collection of western-themed tops, jeans, and boots to embody the classic American theme. Peter Schlesinger Sculpture was released by Acne Studios in conjunction with a capsule collection of silk loungewear. The monograph’s photos were accompanied by Swedish text and printed on Japanese paper. For this design, Acne studio plays around with some top quality denim and gives an aged look. We all love our denim to look vintage and a bit worn out, this is just the right design for the casual man.

3. River Island

River Island

River Island

River Island is a London-headquartered high street fashion brand, which operates in a number of worldwide markets. In general, just wear pants that aren’t denim when you wear your jean jacket. Cords, chinos, khakis, and even some casual dress slacks can all look fine with a jean jacket, as long as there’s some color contrast. A jean jacket should fit like a shirt: snug in the shoulder. If you’re usually a medium, drop to a small. Bonus: Come fall and winter, you’ll be able to layer it under a coat for extra style points. Denim jacket seem sleek and smart, you should try pairing it with a shirt. The look is a good alternative to the usual shirt and blazer combination and appears both chic and cool. Just add a pair of trousers and brogues or chinos and sneakers to complete the outfit in style.

4. Nudie

Nudie

Nudie

Nudie has taken the world by storm and is one of the biggest names in the denim market. Today I am reviewing the Nudie Steady Eddie Tonal Dry, a regular sized jean that features 100% organic cotton. Overall, the Eddies are a decent choice for those who like subtle fades and want a tapered look without sacrificing comfort. The features of this jean are rather standard for any mid-tier jeans: custom press rivets and buttons, chain stitching, and bar tacks. What is mildly interesting are the extra-large belt loops that are reinforced, the triple interior inseam stitch, and the tonal/contrast double exterior inseam stitch. The Nudie fit is probably what the company is most famous for, other than the brand recognition. The Steady Eddie’s brings a lot to the table: the organic cotton is fantastic, the construction is decent, and the fit is versatile and innovative.

5. AllSaints

AllSaints

AllSaints

AllSaints has the best jackets on the market. It’s also my go to destination for jeans that fit me right and basic streetwear. All of their clothing is high-quality and lasts you forever. Very expensive store so I wouldn’t recommend shopping here unless you have money to throw down. But the clothes never disappoint. They’re always on trend and are flattering on. Their dresses are cute. Most of their stuff was pretty boho with a draped fit but it was perfect for summer! denim jacket seem sleek and smart, you should try pairing it with a shirt. The look is a good alternative to the usual shirt and blazer combination and appears both chic and cool. Just add a pair of trousers and brogues or chinos and sneakers to complete the outfit in style.