Excerpt: The timeless classic has made its way through fashion capitals. Can you keep up with the SS16 trends? Read on to find out!
More often than not, the styles you catch on the runway might not be for you. However, when it comes to denims, there’s really no denying that when you invest in a pair, they should be hot off the runway and suit your style.
While the patchwork or deconstructed looks might not exactly translate to an everyday look, we bring you a few trends that we’re sure you can make work in your favor. The best thing about this: SIN has everything you need.
Here are some styles, fits and trends you should check out:
Play It Cool With The Slim Fit
For those who like to tread in those grey areas, the slim fit is what you’re looking for. The fit is something between a skinny and straight fit, cut close without being too restricting. They’re slim throughout the thigh and leg, opening just a tad, for a long and lean look. These are a go-to for any semi-formal look. Now SIN takes pride in the fact that their slim fit—Lucifer—is our hottest seller. Perhaps the best part is that they’re available in a variety of colors, with the materials (like our temperature control denims) don’t just add that extra bit of oomph to your look, they regulate your body temperature to keep you cool throughout the day.
Rock It Out With The Skinny Fit
Are you feeling lucky, punk? There’s no doubt that the skinny jean is synonymous with the era of rock. Think Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler. But, it’s time you rethink the skinny fit. It’s definitely a style that’s going strong, whether you’ve picked up the spray0on skinny (the super skinny variety), or the regular ol’ pair. In case you were wondering, SIN does have their rather stylish version of the skinny fit with Danzel. The best part, to complete your rocker persona, pair them with some of their geometric and abstract shirts (preferably a looser fit), from their SS16 collection, and you’ve got yourself an unrivaled look, complemented by quality products designed to last.
There’s no denying that a person’s style says a lot about them. What do you want yours to say about you?