Freedom of Choice Gives You Lots of Choices for Fall Denim Styles!
Denim has made its mark in the fashion world. It’s a staple of a lot of people’s wardrobe. No longer just a casual, getting dirty sort of garment, denim has morphed into being a fashion element that transitions from day to night. In some offices, it’s accepted office apparel. Even if your job doesn’t allow you to wear jeans at work, denim is definitely acceptable for evening events, parties and dates simply because of the variety of style presentations and the different ways it can be worn.
One of the most fashion savvy brands around is Freedom of Choice. It’s not the biggest brand and maybe not the most well-known, but works in your favor and also in the designer’s favor because designer Nathan Menasche can create something that’s truly unique– on trend but featuring a different tweak on the trend that sets his line apart. I have a number of his various boot, wide leg and even super skinny jeans in my closet and depending on the event, I have to try on at least 3 different styles based on the image I want to present. He offers lots of options, color choices and tons of style savvy.
” Earth Friendly” Organic Bootcut jeans with 5-pocket styling and single-button closure. “FOC” Stitching at back pockets with super-cute heart embroidery in center. These bootcut jeans feature whiskering and slight distressing on a medium blue wash.
8 ” rise. 34 1/2″ inseam. 19″ Leg opening 2% stretch.
Seeking out boyfriend jeans? Check out these two winners from Freedom of Choice, the Boy Toy! These slouchy cropped boyfriend style jeans feature the usual 5 pockets, whiskering on the front, shreds on front and back as well as worn spots and distressing all over the jeans. These straight leg jeans fit right on the hip and have a 28 inch inseam when cuffs are unrolled.
It’s a rigid 100% cotton jean –which is what boyfriend jeans should be!
If you want the longer style, you might want to check out the Nova, boyfriend jean
This hot jean is something for the girl who wants to walk that edge. The Ashen is an ombre grey to deep black skinny jean and if you have the confidence (and the body) definitely buy it. Wear it with a vest and a hat and even a motocross jacket. Tres chic!
Bootcut jeans work well for any body type and it’s interesting to see the different styles and presentations within each style that Freedom of Choice has. Here are a selection of current or fall looks for the bootcut that wears well to work and also out at night. It’s the go-to look when you need serious comfort and versatility for your day to night looks!
Jenny Boot-cut! Check out the pockets!Check out the distressed feature on the front — which you can’t see but I have seen it.
Kimberly Boot-Cut jeans also have some interesting but low-key pocket detailing. You might want to check these out.
Spirit has the most amazing pocket details on these bootcuts and would get the “junk in your trunk” noticed. The embellishments are placed low on the pocket to draw the eye up (and lift that butt)
Want something really different in jeans? Check out Kaleidoscope. These super skinny jeans rock and provide really unique color presention. Not for the faint of heart or fashion.
Two jackets really stand out from the line:
The Nova partners with or without the NOVA Boyfriend jeans. Personally I think it works with so many things beyond jeans because of it’s innovative cut. Wear it with skirts, dresses, anything– it’s that versatile.
The other jacket I like is a take-off of the motorcycle jacket– it’s more moto cross and works well with the Triumph jeans (shown below)
or any super skinny jean because it’s edgy and sexy. It’s called the Phantom and it’s really the jacket to buy if you were hunting down a jeans jacket but didn’t want to look like everyone else.
As you can tell there’s a lot of creativity here and this isn’t even all of the line. Check the site for more designs, colors, embellishments and treatments. And the line is full of options.
It’s your right, it’s your choice, it’s your Freedom of Choice. Choose wisely but choose FOC!