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5 ways to style flared Jane jeans by Kings Of Indigo
At the moment we have Denim Days at Supergoods, so in this style guide we chose to make different combinations with the Jane jeans by Kings Of Indigo. This model is flared and at the moment one of the absolute favourites in our denim collection. What's great is that the fabric is 100% recycled cotton, so a sustainable alternative for new cotton, less water use, and less CO2, a responsible choice.
1. FLARED JANE JEANS x JUMPER
In this look we combined a bubble gum pink jumper by Thinking Mu. What makes this jumper special is the V-neck collar. A little bit less casual than a standard jumper.
2. FLARED JANE JEANS x TURTLENECK
Here we combined the jeans with a teal turtleneck by ARMEDANGELS. A balanced look of slim fit top and wider jeans.
3. FLARED JANE JEANS x CARDIGAN AND A T-SHIRT
In this look we combined the jeans with a white T-shirt with embroidery. For extra layer we added a cobalt blue cardigan.
4. FLARED JANE JEANS x BLAZER
For a little more formal look we combined the jeans with a blazer and a fresh blue turtleneck. You could opt for a blouse or a tee instead, depending on what's the occasion and how warm layers you'll need.
4. FLARED JANE JEANS x PRINT BLOUSE
You can combine the jeans with different prints, denim goes well with (almost) any colour or print. Here we used a modern black-ecru print by Lanius.
* On the prices we use the concept price per wear, this calculated per 30 wears. For most of the clothing at least we hope that they will be worn much more than this, but on average we fall too often behind of this target, according to studies. The 30 wears minimum is a good start, to justify the ecological footprint of the garment. And for us as consumers a new way to consider how much we wear our clothing, and how much the cost of our clothing is per wear, instead of only looking at the purchase price, which may encourage us to buy lower quality at a cheaper price.