vintage jeans

As we all have figured out by now, one of the biggest denim trends this season is the 90’s jeans. A mix between a throw-back to how the jeans were worn back then but with a modern update.

Back then we didn’t know anything about stretch jeans yet. The jeans were made of rigid 100% cotton denim, and the style was mostly a straight leg or even a bit of – what we call today – a bootcut.

CLOSED got this mix absolutely right with their Worker ’85 Blue Rigid Heritage Jean: rigid denim, a wider straight leg, and a pretty high waist, and even the wash is very reminiscent of the 90’s.

The worker jeans have been part of the CLOSED core collection since forever,. They are re-produced almost every season in a new and trendy wash. They’re a classic, just like their pedal pusher jeans.

“Worker style X-pocket jeans with large back pockets. Made of strong non stretch denim (13 oz.) with a salt ‘n pepper look. From fabric to finish: these jeans are 100% made in Italy.

Woven by Candiani. The Italian traditional company is among the best and most sustainable denim weaving mills in the world.

Sewn by Paul. Every component of a jeans is processed by one of the 70 experts in this family-run business based close to Ancona.

Washed by Everest. Innovative and ecological production technologies are applied. Used looks are hand-crafted with different tools.”

The jeans can be worn either cropped with frayed hems (you can cut them off yourself), or – the way I prefer it – in their original length for a slouchier look.

The Worker jeans also come in different washes and denim fabrics. You can check them out on the CLOSED website.


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