Frame prides itself on being one of the best-selling L.A.-based denim brands out there, and the line’s particular genius lies in interpreting runway trends in a more subtle, flattering way (i.e. clothes you run errands in).
In an effort to keep up with the vintage-denim craze, Frame has paired up with Net-a-Porter to create an exclusive capsule collection with three pieces of cult-favorite styles, reworked: le original, le high straight, and le mini. Each piece has vintage inspiration, but mixes traditional denim ideas with trendy hemlines and hues for a cooler aesthetic.
The combination of patchwork, frayed hems, and a slightly boyfriend fit is something you’re bound to see next fashion month and for many more to come.
If you haven’t caught on, the miniskirt trend is back, but with a twist: This patchwork silhouette is roomy, not tight, and has a lived-in feel. It’s an easy option to wear with loafers or flat thigh-high boots and a blouse.
This slim-fit pair is cut from soft, faded denim in a straight-leg silhouette with a raw-edged finish. It’s practically begging to be worn with black boots and a bomber jacket.
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