Once you have find your denim – never let it go
Hi my loves,
well the title just says it all. We all know the long and annoying search for the right denim. There is nothing more tricky and insidious. Always the same situation: they look perfect in the changing room but horrible outside or vice versa. Well it is not a lot of fun actually. But when you finally, finally found the one you should never ever let it go. Quite the contrary: buy it in differnt colours and washes!
And I really know what I am taling about. I have about 60 denims in my closet but I only wear 90 % of them if at all. Unforunately a lot of them were just bad buys or I do not like them anymore. This is the reason why I decided to go for neutral, “normal” denims without a lot of details. I know that there are so many models: destroyed ones, with pearls, jewelry, patches or anything else. But these will only last for one season, afterwards you can not see them anymore or they are just out of style.
My newest buy is this pair of jeans from Helmut Lang. A timeless classic piece without any tam-tam. It is a straight boyfriend fit in a light blue colour. I just can’t understand why Helmut Lang isn’t hyped that much even though they were also responsible for laying the foundation stone for minimalism back in the 90ies. And I just can say that I am totally obsesses with their whole desings. Love every item! The quality and fit is the best argument and Helmut Lang will definitely be on my fashion list for a long, long time!
I have combined my new denim with a ultrasoft and cozy sweater with long sleeves, a black Stella McCartney bag and some white slingbacks. There is still a fresh breeze these days so I also took my beloved trenchcoat with me.
Did you already find your perfect pair of jeans? What do you think about Helmut Lang?
Have a great Sunday evening,
│Shop my Style│
Denim: Helmut Lang (here), another cool cropped version (here)
Sweater: Helmut Lang (here)
Bag: Stella McCartney Nina (here)
Slingbacks: Zara, similar (here) or (here)
Trenchcoat: Edited the Label (here)