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Blue Jeans, Remade!

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by Emma Elwin on 21 April, 2017

I’m thrilled I found these vintage jeans at Adornment the other day. They’ve had a tailor remake an old pair into the perfect blue jeans fit! Really love the color as well.

I spoke to the guy that runs my other favorite second hand store, Pop vintage, and he told me the old 501:s have been so much harder to find this past year. It made me feel so happy—that people are buying more vintage jeans.
Best trend ever!


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