We just recently introduced you to the newest LA denim brand, Boyish, and here they are with their first capsule collection for this coming spring. And it’s all mellow-yellow – so pretty and spring-like, such a great vibe after all those dark colors we’ve been wearing all winter long.
The capsule collection includes high waisted straight leg jeans, a denim skirt, and a cropped denim jacket.
Here is a bit more about the brand – we’re predicting they’re going to be hot and super in demand. After all, Jordan Nodarse, the creator and founder of the brand, has been working with denim for quite some time. And has proven his capability with Grlfrnd denim and the sustainable denim line from Reformation, just to mention a few.
“Boyish Jeans is a collection of sustainable women’s denim founded by California native, Jordan Nodarse. Designed in Los Angeles, each collection is centered on vintage silhouettes with a modern update, all available at an attainable price point.
Inspired by the stylish women who often describe their personal style as “Boyish,” the brand utilizes men’s fabrics and fits tailored for a woman’s body when creating all collections. Boyish focuses on product quality, fit, and authentic washes to create styles reminiscent of your favorite pair of vintage jeans with an updated, fresh design and feminine fit.
At the core of all Boyish collections lies a deep commitment to leaving as little impact on the earth as possible. Therefore, Boyish utilizes ethical and sustainable practices when developing and manufacturing its products. All jeans are produced with sustainable fabrics through a completely environmentally-friendly and cruelty-free process.
Boyish Jeans’ efforts in sustainable fashion include working with ethical factories, using less harmful chemicals during the dyeing process, utilizing one-third of the amount of water typically needed to produce a pair of jeans, and working exclusively with recycled fabrics and materials for everything put out by the brand.
Boyish Jeans aims to set the standard for production practices and encourage others to join in the movement. A brand that feels good to buy and even better to wear, the only impact Boyish leaves on the planet is good jeans.”