Say hello to vintage denim, courtesy of Urban Outfitters. Often losing out to Levi’s in terms of prominence in denim culture, Wranglers could be in for a boost in the industry thanks to a collaboration with this popular indie brand. If you ask me, there’s more than enough room for two vintage denim retailers at the top of the list. The exclusive Wrangler for Urban Outfitters summer 2016 denim collection has already hit the online retailer’s website, where you can shop not only precious denim pieces, but also vintage tops and bodysuits with Wrangler imprinted on each of them.
Wrangler, owned by VF Corporation (which owns other brands like the ever popular The North Face), has teamed up with Urban Outfitters this summer for an exclusive capsule collection, featuring workwear one might classify as being a classic American style. You’ll find in the collection ’70s favorites, and even if you weren’t alive for that fashion era you’ll instantly be able to recognize the trends at play. That is where the bulk of appeal lies in this collection; for lovers, especially super-fans of vintage style, this whole collection cannot be rivaled.
Styled for summer, looks like bodysuits, logo tees, and mini shorts and skirts are abundant – all with that lovable retro flair. Bell-bottom overalls are the most retro styling here, even among the other pieces that also appear to have been pulled straight from a ’70s portal. Between the high-rise waist and bell-bottomed flare, this is the product you’d want in order to immerse yourself into the fashion trends of old from this era. The bodysuits and other pieces may take you straight back to the golden age of summer camps, but the overalls are a more encompassing trend.
Now, that doesn’t stop pieces like the high-waist indigo wash shorts from being powerful. In fact, when one of the Wrangler logo tees is tucked into them, it is just as easy to be transported back to the era.
Cropped jeans come in flared and skin-tight options, so whatever your preferred fit is you will find it here. Finally, Urban Outfitters’ Wrangler collection even features a bit of workout wear, with a cute blue sports bra and matching shorts; both feature the classic red and white contrast hems.
This capsule collection is already live on Urban Outfitters’ website; you can expect to pay $39 for the sports bra, the lowest price of the bunch, and $129 for the most expensive, being the overalls. On the website, you will be greeted by the collection’s campaign at the top of the page, stationed in a desert and with some shots being hosted in none other than a Jeep Wrangler.
Photos courtesy of Urban Outfitters
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