Closed Pedal Star Patchwork Denim Pants Review on Denimology
As the denim world evolves, we see styles come and go…skinny is in, skinny is out…bootcut is in…no, bootcut is out again and now high-waisted flares are in…wait no, skinny is trying to come back in but they aren’t skinny enough so welcome to the jegging…and so on, and so on. I’ve noticed the industry get rather creative over the last several years, with styles such as printed denim, different variations of existing cuts, textured denim…you catch my drift. One style that seemed to grab the industry by the cajones was patchwork denim, coming on strong and showing it wasn’t planning on fading away anytime soon. Most patchwork denim didn’t really resonate with me all that well, since it all seemed pretty consistent and I just simply wasn’t much of a fan of the look, until Closed came along with their own rendition of the trend. You may have seen my editorial on it awhile back! With that said, today I am stoked to bring you a Closed Pedal Star Patchwork Denim Pants review!
Closed was born in Italy in 1978 but currently based in Germany, although most products are still made in Italy. The brand’s mission has always been to create an “effortless style” with a “harmonic mix of sportswear, denim, utility and fashion codes” across women’s, men’s, and kid’s collections. They state “Closed is a successful journey, a constant evolution.” It definitely appears so, as I am always seeing this innovative brand come up with eye-catching new styles every season, while staying simple and basic. It’s not very easy to stick to a “less-is-more” mentality while staying creative and competitive.
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