Red Engine Scorcher Jean in Sugar Review on Denimology
Summer and warmer weather bring lighter and brighter apparel. This is the time of year when fashionistas everywhere begin sporting their pastel colored, neon, or white jeans! The very thought of white denim strikes fear in many who otherwise desire the very flattering look that white jeans can bring, and I’ll admit I’m one of those people…always afraid they might be see through or that I’ll get them dirty on the first wear out of the house. However, I like a good white ankle skinny, and I had one once from Express that I loved until I started getting into shape and they became too baggy. I had it in the back of my mind to be on the lookout for another, better fitting pair, and I got the chance to try out the white denim trend again thanks to Red Engine! So today I’m happy to present a Red Engine Scorcher Super Skinny Ankle Jean in Sugar review!
I first learned about Red Engine at a local boutique I used to design print collateral for, and they’ve been on my radar ever since. I was excited to finally try them out for myself! The brand was created by denim fans Jim Boldes and Kristy Harlan, and is based on the appeal, both in look and in feel, of vintage denim. They are another on the list of denim brands proudly made in the USA, specifically Los Angeles. Red Engine imports quality fabrics from Japan and Europe, and every pair is built and detailed by hand. I’ve heard a lot of great things about this brand, and I can attest that those rants and raves were well-founded after finally trying them out for myself!
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