Taking literally the cheapest pair of denims I could find from The Denim Studio in Selfridges, I hastily took a scalpel to the jeans, and just went all primal on them #TearThatShitUp! I'd provide free denim-make-overs to anyone who's not afraid of risking having their knee caps slit off. Just make sure you don't pussy-out half way through and end up with a half ass piece of homemade bric-à-brac. But the best part of revamping your jeans is that if you do however manage to fuck up the slits, there's always denim cut-offs to look forward to; there's the silver lining and I'm not referring to literal linings found within garments (though a silver lining in denim could be a fun touch). Now comes the styling portion of this post, of which I call upon one more dose of denim in the form of a 70s baggy men's shirt, casually worn under what I can only assume as a modern take on the Sherlock Holmes coat, and finally clutch onto a canvas python satchel to consolidate all my Autumn junk. There's no need for pretentious justifications for such a look. It's just proving that cheap denim converting to good denim is just a few cuts away.
jacket & necklace J.W. ANDERSON, shirt VINTAGE, boyfriend jeans PRIMARK, satchel PROENZA SCHOULER, shoes JEFFREY CAMPBELL, necklace DANNIJO, rings WHISTLES & ASOS