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Taylor Stone in Cult of Individuality

Taylor Stone in Cult of Individuality

Taylor Stone in Cult of Individuality

There are tons of great classic denim brands out there, many with the standard edgy touch of distressing and rips. While those details always add some awesome, serious (or subtle, whatever the goal of the wearer is) style, there are just as many people who prefer a nice, clean, non-distressed jean, especially as soon as Fall hits and the temperatures start to drop. It’s just about time to stay a little warmer, layer, and tuck those skinny jeans into boots! There’s many brands that I would suggest for a great clean, quality jean, but one that I’ve fallen for recently is Cult of Individuality. These jeans are pure quality and are sure to last you a long time, and even the jeans without rips or tears speak very strongly for themselves in terms of style…a basic jean doesn’t have to be, well, basic! We spotted Merged Fashion blogger Taylor Stone in Cult of Individuality, wearing what looks like the Zen Midrise in Evans Wash. Taylor certainly looks ready for Fall with tall boots and a chic flowy long-sleeved striped top. This gorgeous medium-blue jean is detailed with some superb fading, whiskering, and the color just pops! Cult of Individuality calls this wash a “standard rinse,” but I don’t see anything standard about it. This is a great Fall jean to get your hands on!

Shop the Cult of Individuality Zen Midrise in Evans Wash here. Two other just-as pretty similar styles are the Teaser Skinny in Nabu here, and a similar style with a slightly tamer wash, the Zen Midrise in Deepsea, here.

Visit Taylor’s blog, Merged Fashion, here.

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I’ve been quite the denim fanatic for several years now, and am happy to apply this passion to something that I can share with others. I am also a graphic designer/web developer and have done design work for two of the biggest designer boutiques in town, which is partly to blame for the 100 plus pairs of jeans I now own in my collection! It always fascinates me how much can be done with the denim fabric alone, and the constant innovations will always keep me hooked.