Because this is so bringing back the sweet memories of the 90s and early 2000s.
Weathering the unpredictable rainy tropical summer gets quite fun when you are clad in these 90s style denim crop jackets.
I love the silhouette of the cropped denim jacket when I saw a close friend wore hers in the early 2000s and looking at the denim jacket now is bringing back sweet memories of our friendship. More than that, I am surprised that I haven’t worn something like it, not even once, in my life! Perhaps, now is the time to get one especially when the latest style is super duper gorgeous, sleek and chic.
I love the new addition of frayed and distressed edges that kind of offset the overall streamlined look of these denim jackets. They add something special about the look. Also, the collared neckline is cool coupled with a zip closure, mind you. The crop denim jackets back in the day had front functional buttons and I am really loving the zippered look of the current crop denim outerwear. The faux chest pockets are lovely as I have never even once placed anything in a front chest pocket as no one wants to add strange bulkiness that way.
So girls, if you’re finding out your old collection of crop denim jackets have been ‘borrowed’ by friends who no longer wear them or this is your very first time wanting to ever wear a crop jacket in denim this much, then feel free to go gaga eyeballing the two shoppable denim beauties below. Enjoy.
Which crop denim jacket would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
“In wisdom gathered over time I have found that every experience is a form of exploration.” — Ansel Adams
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