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Cat's Cradle


I've recently been a slight jeans convert thanks to a pair of black skinnies by F21, so when DSTLD reached out about their jeans I was eager to try a pair for myself. Most days I would prefer to be in a dress or skirt, but once or twice a month a pair of jeans is a fun change. Because I so rarely wear them my selection of jeans is notably limited and I've been lacking a light colored pair, let alone one with rips! I rather like the combination with the cat sweater, a little sartorial humor--as if a cat has attacked my legs, no?


A bit more about DSTLD; similar to online shops like Everlane, DSTLD [distilled] has a direct business to consumer model. Without the middle man they bring luxury grade denim while keeping everything priced under $100 (with free shipping & free returns). They use American, Japanese, and Italian-milled fabrics while each pair is made in North America. I'm sure that those who love a quality pair of jeans will find DSTLD quite addictive.



10 comments:

Nikki Williams said...

those jeans are great!

xx nikki
www.dream-in-neon.com

Elizabeth Murdock said...

I love your saddle shoes and the cat jumper!xx
fashionismyfirstlanguage.blospot.ie

Madison Martine said...

Your sweater is so cute!

Madison Martine
www.madisonmartine.com

Claudia said...

Love the sweater - very cute!

Anonymous said...

Love the outfit, very 50s if that what you were aiming for. Your saddle shoes look pretty banged up are you planning to get a new pair?

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Anonymous, Thanks & no I actually like the beat-up look for saddle shoes. I got rid of my more pristine pair.

Stefani said...

I know that you're not a big jeans person, but you can sure rock them. You look amazing every time you wear them.

- Stefani

Jeannee Waseck said...

Hello - new reader here! Love your style!!! This - wow! Do you know what I'm thinking: how about those Cruz-In's I to where I walk around and see the old-edition cars ... this would be (sorry, nods to the handbag) purr-fect :)

Bivisyani Questibrilia said...

When you take pictures on bleachers sometimes I wonder where you are. Is it inside a school and you snuck in? Nothing wrong with that, I guess. What a blogger does for outfit photos, am I right? ;)

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Bivisyani, it's bleachers around a sports fields--you don't have to sneak they're open to the public. Sports fields can be associated with specific schools, but also rec teams which aren't school based will use them.