Wearing: One Teaspoon Freebirds, Leather Jacket (Old – similar here), Nude Shoes (Sold out – similar here)
As promised last week, today I have a review of One Teaspoon denim for you. I have been a long time lover of One Teaspoon jeans, and shorts for that matter, but have to admit I find their sizing somewhat difficult to get right! So, I have decided to share my experience and thoughts to hopefully help you out with your next One Teaspoon purchase.
Firstly I wanted to talk about their sizing, as I mentioned I find it difficult to get the fit right due to their slouchy styles. Most of the pieces they design with a drop waist so they advise to stay true to size or even go up a size for a relaxed fit, however I have found that this differs depending on whether you are buying the shorts or jeans. With their shorts, I would advise sticking to your true size (or even going up a size) but with the jeans, I would probably size down. The low waist on the shorts seems to sit more comfortably, but I have tried a few sizes in the jeans and found that they are too big around the waist if I don’t size down. I am constantly pulling them up which makes them difficult to wear! Also with the jeans, depending on the style of the jean, I would be careful with where the rips are placed, an open rip at the top of the thigh is great when you are standing but not so great when you are sitting down! For the record, I am wearing the Hustler Freebirds above in a size 25. I think the Freebirds are the best option for petites, due to the more fitted style and slightly cropped length. The Awesome Baggies are my second favourite style, they are a boyfriend fit with One Teaspoon’s signature dropped waist. Super comfortable too!
There is no doubt about the quality of their denim, and the perfectly destroyed details are what makes One Teaspoon the best. (If you can get past all the ‘dad’ jokes about how you might need a new pair of jeans because yours have holes in them.. hahaha GREAT joke guys!)
The price point is very reasonable too with shorts priced around the $100 mark and jeans roughly $140.
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