There's always been some allure to Taylor Stitch for me. I don't know if it's their general aesthetic, their vibe, the quality of clothes they put out - or all of those things rolled into one. All I know is that I'm a fan for life, and I love writing or making videos about their products. Today we have a look at some of their denim and how I feel it measures up to other denim I've owned in the past.
If you like a good pair of jeans like me, you're going to want to focus on only a few things when buying your next pair. Some will automatically go for one particular wash, others will look for a particular mixture of materials, but I myself go for fit and fabric. Fabric because, well, I live in Minneapolis where it can literally be hot and humid one day, and snowy and icy the next. When you live in a place that has a tricky climate like the Twin Cities, I don't always want to go with the 16oz and higher denim weights because, well, they're incredibly hot. Denim on a hot day is a tricky balance. But you also don't want to waver when it comes to the fit, either.
Sure, most denim is going to fit to your body after a few months. But you're going to notice which fits at the beginning are going to make a better fit later. That said, I focus mostly on those two key points when shopping for my next favorite pair of denim. However, this can be once of the most tricky things to do when searching for denim online. How are they going to fit? What is their wash? Weight? Or, God forbid, their return policy?
That's why when I find a brand I like, especially online, I usually stick to it. Enter Taylor Stitch. They followed me around the internet until I bought from them and I couldn't be happier with the sort of products they create. So it was only natural I take the leap and order a paid of their denim online. And I have not been disappointed in the slightest.
If you're into good, quality denim but don't want to spend $280 dollars on it, Taylor Stitch denim is the brand to look into. It's incredibly well-made, is incredibly similar in build and feel to those brands that'll cost 3x what Taylor Stitch costs, and most importantly - it's going to last.
Taylor Stitch denim models might not be much different from the rest, but that's one of their best qualities.
Taylor Stitch specializes in American Made products and style, and these jeans are a perfect example.
The various Taylor Stitch denim models come complete with large and small belt loops, a button fly which is my personal favorite, and shanks and rivets by the classic YKK. No crazy fade colors. No pattern or prints on the inside of the denim. No whacky colors. Just real, essential American Made denim that gets the job done while still providing you with all of the classic accoutrements you'd come to expect from a well-built pair of denim.
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I'm surprised they're not guaranteed for life, because they sure feel like they should be. Taylor Stitch denim is incredibly tough, fits great, and comes at an agreeable price point for what you get.
- Made in the US - San Francisco, CA to be exact
- Simple, no frills - a classic look
- Button fly
- 36" inseam - I've tailored mine, but the length is pretty nice right out of the box
Taylor Stitch denim provides buyers with a comfortable and generous raw denim that will last you for years all while fading to perfection. The best thing about raw denim is how long it will last and the epic fades it will create. Taylor Stitch denim is sure to last you for years to come - and look amazing as they fade. Woven in the oldest mill in the country, this fabric will produce classic fades and stand the test of time no matter what you put it through.
- A tailored yet roomier fit than Taylor Stitch’s “slim” denim
- Medium rise
- Sanforized raw denim wont shrink in the waist and leg, rather it will stretch where they feel tight. It will shrink roughly 1" in length