WTB: TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The Soloist Deconstructed black jeans
I've always been into the low-key stuff. Don't get me wrong, I still wanna flex, but I wanna flex in a low-key way. Maybe it's because I'm still in high school and I don't want to draw too much attention to myself. Maybe it's because I can't afford jawnz that could break your neck in an instant. Regardless, I need these deconstructed black jeans from TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The Soloist. Yes, these may not be even close to low-key, but come on, these are the definition of fuego. For all you vintage nerds, these jeans were constructed from vintage Levi's 501 indigo denim. Literally one year ago, I was obsessed with indigo. That whole Japanese "all blue everything" trend from 2013, yeah...It took me a while to get over that. I don't even care if the pants are dyed black, I can still tell everybody they're made out of vintage indigo and relive my 2013 #menswear phase. Now that's a true flex. Speaking of played out Japanese styles, of course the gawd Takahiro Miyashita had to exaggerate (or de-exaggerate?) the length on these pants. I mean who doesn't love a good ol' pair of cropped trousers? Also, there's a fucking back pocket on the side of the jeans! If anybody ever needed proof that I was different, they could just ask the big ass pocket on the side of my overly cropped pants. The cherry on the cake though, the multitude of textures and hues that can only be found in patchwork denim. This should definitely be enough to make any Japanese fanboy have an orgasm. Well played Takahiro...Junya would be proud.