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Train Conductor Chic

Sweater | Everlane Men's Cotton/Cashmere Hoodie
Pants | Frame Le Garcon Jeans
Shoes | Asics Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 

When I saw these pants at Crossroads Trading Co., my first two thoughts were: (i) I've heard so much about Frame denim, I'm curious to try these on, and (ii) "oooh, how conductor chic". Have you ever seen those train conductor overalls for children? They are always that blue and white striped color. 
      Inspired by the idea of a train conductor, I naturally wore one of my ring watches (gotta keep the train running on time). I have an affinity for ring watches (I own two of them) and I've stopped myself multiple times from buying more. This one actually belonged to my grandma, and holds a special place in my heart. 
I was surprised how wrinkly my fingers looked, so I messed w/ the brightness levels until they looked better, haha.
     These jeans are a size 25, which is usually what I wear, and I assumed they were supposed to be sort of a slouchy, boyfriend look. That being said, I could have easily sized down, and I'm not sure if that would be true w/ all Frame denim, or just this cut. I really leaned into the slouchy, masculine aesthetic and paired them with a men's hoodie (from Everlane, in xs), and sneakers. I really like the look of slouchy jeans, and I was pleased with the way these fit - basically barely staying on my hips. I was also pleased with the construction, and the fact that these jeans are Made in USA. I don't think I'd ever pay the $200+ retail price, but with a gift card, they were an $8 experiment that I was happy to make.

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    1. I agree! I also don't wear a regular watch though - do you wear a daily watch?