As a denim lover, I like my fabrics plain and simple; pared-back as opposed to pulverized, pre-worn or distressed. The best thing about denim is that it gets better with age. And we all know how we feel about that phenomenon.
I am chuffed to bits with these dark denim jeans from Autograph – they’re a classic straight-leg style, look like Japanese selvedge and have that all-important Lycra content. In my younger days I could handle rugged, unwashed denim but now it’s all about comfort, ease and a little stretch. Though, having said that, I’m not ready for jeggings just yet…
And I have to say M&S’ Denim Studio is worth a visit, I tried on several styles and the quality and fit were surprisingly good. Who knew? These dark denim jeans could definitely pass for a more expensive pair and right now I’m going full-on Beatnik with a cashmere roll neck and corduroy jacket. When I mentioned my new Autograph acquisition to a friend, she revealed that she’d had it on good authority that M&S jeans have become a fashion insider’s failsafe tip. Seems like the Denim Studio is not such a secret after all.
(Unfortunately the dark denim jeans are so good they’ve sold out. But I have asked M&S to let me know when they are back in stock).
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