SCHOEN by YU The Muse Cuffed Review on Denimology

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SCHOEN by YU The Muse Cuffed Review on Denimology

Dark blue skinnies. Of all the jeans I’ve reviewed here at Denimology, I think this has become my signature style. I feel blessed enough to be able to experience the multitude of different ways this seemingly-basic style can be designed, constructed and presented, and it certainly is enough to keep my riveted! It never gets old to me. But of course, I’m always on the lookout for that one dark blue skinny that really stands out…I can always trust the large, tried-and-true, household-name brands to produce a pair that I know I’ll love, but I really am more fascinated by what’s next, what new company will come out with a game changer next week, next month or next year. We all know the big guys can deliver, but what about those fighting against the grain in the already-competitive industry? Well, I’ve found the next big thing. So, I’m super stoked to share this next installment in my denim-obsessed life with you: a SCHOEN by YU The Muse Cuffed review!

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A Blue and Yellow Kind of Day

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A Blue and Yellow Kind of Day

So I guess I could call this an introductory post for an upcoming review…I have been working with new denim brand SCHOEN by YU, which was created by the fabulous fit model Lindsey Schoen and veteran denim designer Michelle Yu, that is currently taking the denim market by storm! The brand sent me one of the best selling models, The Muse, to review for Denimology and I am beyond impressed (and excited)! It’s always so fascinating to discover new brands, but when you discover one that seriously stands out and get to see the impeccable details and attention to quality first hand, it’s something else. So stay tuned for my upcoming review for these jeans, because they are truly amazing! I paired them on a usual day at work with a breezy yellow and white top that my sister handed down to me (yellow really is not my color, but I went for it anyway and love the contrast with the dark indigo!), as well as my much-loved Boy Meets Girl baseball cap (easy to wrap around a bun when I don’t feel like doing my hair which is getting quite long and unmanageable), my cobalt blue everyday bag by Foley & Corinna (they make some of the BEST bags around if you ask me), and some simple, cheap gladiator sandals from Bamboo. I don’t usually go for cheap shoes but these were just too cute.

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