The Subversion offshoot of Hudson Jeans refers to the anti-uniform influenced by the history of military style where modern silhouettes meet military inspired details (at least that’s what the hangtag says). If these Skinny Cargos are any indication to the Subversion line, Hudson will have a hit on their hands. Really comfortable from the second you put them on these cargo’s are made of amazing cotton fabric with just the right amount of distressing. The exposed zipper detail (where the edges are also unfinished) is super cute and I love the areas where it’s intended to appear as though a repair or patch has been made on the pants. If I were trying these on in a store hands down I’d plunk the cash down to buy them.
Today is my 16th birthday… a milestone and it’s appropriate that I am writing up a review, listening Selah Sue and shortly I am going to go over to my best friends house to swim and hang out. Tonight I have a birthday dinner with friends and all the people who make up my “family”. I’m so thankful for all the people who have supported me to grow and learn. If I have a “privilege” of any kind it’s the opportunities and experiences in my life. I so enjoy writing these reviews, meeting the people behind the brands, going to and covering events and learning about the field I want to be in (clearly fashion).
I got this tanktop from Forever 21 and my Steve Madden shoes never let me down. You could pair anything with these Hudson Skinny Cargos and look fab. There is no season for these pants as the fabric is light enough to wear through the summer months yet thick enough that they would be great in the winter with boots and a coat. This is my first time wearing any Hudson and I will give them the compliment of having a great fit, true to size and being made of quality fabric and hardware (I’ve become a bit hardware obsessed). Solidly constructed these can only get better with many washes and dries. A plus with these cargo’s is that they are sexy not boyish and I like that a lot.
The Hudson Subversion Skinny Cargos reviewed here are available from Barney’s for $305.