Denim remains a strong staple in any man's wardrobe and I am constantly being asked about what the best jeans are and where to buy them.
If you are a regular formal dresser then the chance to throw on a good pair of jeans is an experience to savour.
There are a number of good and bad options and like a Suit the basic principles remain the same.
Focus on Cloth, Cut and Construction. With Denim it’s all about the origin and the weaving; the Japanese do it best.
Orslow is committed to the production of extraordinary basic garments. The styles, like so much good menswear, are influenced by classic American workwear and their small design team researches and sources unique fabrics.
Nothing is overdone; the washing looks authentic and the detailing is minimal with no superfluous detailing meaning the jeans look just as good dressed down with a tee shirt or when worn with a soft blazer.
The Orslow collection is available to buy in New Zealand from Gubb and Mackie.
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