Sure there's much to mourn with summer coming to a close. We've said goodbye to lazy days spent on a beach, and gotten over the fact that vacation getaways are a distant thought till Christmas. But all is not bad. Autumn means we get to unleash our favorite fall fashions – Yes the cooler days and longer nights gives us license to layer and accessorize in ways that our summer wardrobe just cannot compete. Out comes the sweaters, the richer colors, the heavier fabrics. Cult Denim's got a whole lotta love for the season, and people are taking notice! So who else shares our passion for the autumn? Let's have a look –
(5) Cult's 18 oz. Heavy Weight Denim on Stupid Dope
Our friends over at Stupid Dope
know what time it is – time to break out some seriously durable denim. And nothing feels more rugged than these 18 oz. heavyweights Cult has unleashed for Fall/Winter 2014. Check out the first look
they're giving their readers at this seriously iconic heavyweight denims.
(4) Zoe Saldana Wearing Cult's Reversable Camo
As seen in US Weekly, 2 looks for 1! Zoe Saldana was sighted wearing Cult's Teaser Skinny Reversible Jeans in Tiger Camo. We're willing to wager that soon-to-be mother Zoe will keep making stylish statements for a long time to come.
(3) Maegan Tintari is Seriously Excited for Fall
Blogger Maegan Tintari, aka Love Maegan
, shares our enthusiasm for autumn fashion. And she knows fall is perfect for indulging in all the little fashion details that can turn daily denims into something special. That is why she loves Cult's Zen Midrise Skinny denims
with full side zipper.
(2) RAWR Denim Enthusiasts Feeling Our Vibe
The #CultFutureVintage Challenge
kicked off this past month and people are taking notice of this unique competition. After all, who doesn't want the chance to create their own iconic pair of jeans. Denim enthusiasts RAWR shared Cult's passion
for the project with a great write up on their blog.
(1) Laser Printed 'Snakeskin' Jeans in Denimology
Looking good demands an open mind towards innovation. No doubt that was on Cult's mind when they came up with the Zen Midrise Skinny in Snakeskin. As co-owner and creative director Ron Poisson says, “In layman’s terms, basically we make a pattern of whatever we like and shoot a laser at the fabric to make the design. The laser burns the fabric out with the pattern we put in the laser machine system.” Read all about it on Denimology.com