Why You Need A Light-Wash Denim Jacket
When it comes to denim jackets it's typical to reach for deep, dark indigo shades in the cold-weather months, and leave the light-wash thing for spring (if you touch it at all). This fall, however, don't be so quick to hang up those pale, had-it-for-a-hundred-years hues.
For one, they bring a little '90s flavor into your wardrobe without landing on the wrong side of retro, and for another, they look great with the athletic-minded pieces you love to wear on your off-duty days. A midnight-blue selvedge jacket just feels too stiff with a pair of tailored jogger pants or a luxe hoodie. But one in Bruce Springsteen-worthy blue? Match made in heaven.