Last week we posted about a pair of “very” striped jeans from Frame. And there were quite a few comments from our readers that these jeans were a bit too over, too stripey, and too wide leg. But generally you guys really seem to have loved the idea of striped denim.
So here you go, for those among you who love a more discreet stripe, the Reformation Roper Crop Straight Leg Jean will be just what you are looking for.
Also, these jeans are definitely more form fitting. The cut is based on vintage denim styles. They feature a high rise and straight legs with a shorter inseam of 28 inches, so they are not really cropped, but rather in an ankle length.
The jeans are made of 100% surplus denim, all fabricated in the USA.
According to Reformation:
“Inspired by vintage high-waist styles yet totally current, these straight-leg jeans are crafted from rigid denim that’s ethically and sustainably produced.
“Being naked is the #1 most sustainable option. We’re #2”
That’s their slogan, cool, right!
Reformation is all about sustainable in every possible way, and especially when it comes to denim.
And if you do like a brighter kind of stripe, Reformation has the same style in white with red and blue stripes (see last image below). The straight leg might be also an option if you liked last week’s Frame jeans, but prefer a more fitted style.
And thinking further ahead, with fall already looming out there….the black stripe will definitely be also a great choice to add to your fall and winter wardrobe.
You can’t go wrong – the price of these jeans is super reasonable, $128, and you will not only have a great pair of jeans, but also help preserve the environment and support made in America.