An acid wash denim brand is gaining traction in the fashion industry.
Pigeons’ pants are an example of the new trend in denim that combines the classic look with a touch of vintage charm.
Piggy Pants is a new brand, based in Canada, that makes jeans made from 100% acid-wash denim.
Its products are designed to blend the look of vintage jeans with the timeless elegance of modern pants.
“There’s a huge difference between a classic style of jeans and an acid-washed denim,” said Jeff Whelan, the brand’s founder and CEO.
“It has a great, strong feel, but it’s also comfortable, durable, and washable.
And it’s easy to wear.”
Pigeon’s jeans, with a “Pigeonglass” pattern on the inside, have a vintage look with subtle details.
They come in many sizes from 6 to 8.5 inches and are available in several colors, including white, yellow, red, black, and purple.
The denim was first developed in 1996 by a team of four people, including Whelans mother.
The team includes three sisters, two brothers and a third father.
“The family decided to go for a new style that was unique to us and our family,” said Whelann.
“We knew we wanted to take it to the next level, and we had a really good idea of what we wanted it to be.”
Whelan said the family knew the brand was going to take a while to catch on.
“You can only really see the first wave of it in the retail space, but there are lots of people in the industry who have been working on it for a long time,” he said.
“We think it’s really going to be a trend, and the trend is here.”
Pig’s pants are designed in Canada and have been worn in various stores across the country.
The denim has a strong, modern look with bright stripes, prints and geometric shapes, and a strong connection to the past.
Pagans denim is available at many retailers and online.
In addition to the Pigeons website, other stores are selling the jeans and some online stores are even offering Piggy Pants merchandise.
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