Denim Week Find: High Contrast, All Class

September 18, 2006 by molly
shefinds | Style

I’m a no frills kind of girl when it comes to denim. Embroidery should be left to my grandma and Swarowski crystals are for heiresses; neither should ever be found on the rear pocket of my favorite jeans. That said, I am a sucker for some good old-fashioned contrast stitching. This simple flourish can draw a little positive attention to your derriere while maintaining a certain level of sophistication. And of course, the darker the denim, the more dramatic the look.

Take the Serfontaine

Debutante Straight Leg jeans. The color and cut are respectable and tailored but the grey pocket stitching lends the necessary edge to any outfit. These jeans are casual Friday ready with after-hours fun built in.

Price: $218

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