Oh yeah, I mean it.
What is the real problem: you work hard, you have money and you have taste but you are not on anybody’s ‘A’ list. Saturday night is your loneliest night in the week. Well, the right casual dress would certainly change all this. But you know, tons of clubbing guys wearing Italian tight-fits reminds us only one thing: there are too many self-Indulgent wieners in this city with too much stupid money!
Now if you are wearing a pair of 1880’s Levi’s Vintage Clothing waist overalls… you would not be a self-indulgent wiener, you’d be a connoisseur. Champagne would fall from the heavens. Doors would open. Velvet ropes would part…
We’ll be sharing with you this and the coming articles the viewpoint of Union Dry Goods on how we choose the right pair of denim.
Denim color: dark or light?
Cowboy fans, pseudo miners and some obsessed nuts like the author require “dark” all the way, while most others would keep a spectrum of shades. Basically, what looks “good” is what the media presents as a general trend. There’s nothing inherent good or bad about the color. It’s just meaningless fashion, and spending cycles. The important thing is a good match. While dark denim looks a little more dressy insofar as jeans can be dressy, are you going to throw away your pair of authentic 1890’s Lot 203?
(to be continued)