Consumers are more cautious about consumption. Trans-seasonal designs and sustainability drive the development of denim jackets. Simple classic denim silhouettes can promote consumption. Investment is in classics-inspired modern looks to re-create familiar shapes. Based on "less is more", eco-friendly fibers and creative washing crafts become the focus of designers. Without complicated decorations and deconstruction, raw denim items are elevated and perennial, and stone washed effect is more appealing.
The hourglass jacket employs refined cutting, shirring and smocking, with the crispness of denim to well accentuate female form. This kind of jacket improves conventional denim shirt jackets and brings feminine jackets.
Short truck jackets tap into consumers' demand for trans-seasonal items. The cropped silhouette is more versatile, quite popular with ladies. This optimized truck jacket caters to the 1980s fashion and satisfies needs of modern females.
Bringing classics back becomes a new trend, because familiar designs are comforting in this uncertain era. The long silhouette and multifunctional pockets reveal a 1970s safari style. And casual belts create a free and elevated vibe.