Jul 20, 2017 | By Samuel Trotman
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The trend for reversible denim is slowly catching hold. In times of economic uncertainty, getting two pairs of jeans in one is an appealing prospect and many companies are releasing versions of the new concept.
Salsa Jeans just launched TWO: on one side the jean is a dark, smart indigo finish and the other a more casual, worn and abraded look. Many factors had to be taken into consideration, including the positioning of the pockets, the seams, the zippers and the buttons. Bleulab calls itself the ‘Reversible denim company’ and founder Carl Jones designed a jean you can take from day to evening with a super skinny jegging fit. With renewed interest in tinted and bonded wefts and printed undersides, this new trend has many possibilities.
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