Editor Obsessions: Industry Standard’s White Skinny Jean
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Blame it on the racks of unworn floral blouses in my closet, but lately I’ve been turning my attention to high-quality, timeless basics. From the best T-shirts to the wear-every-day boots, I’m pretty much covered as far as normcore goes. The one thing I haven’t been able to track down? The perfect white jean. I’ve tried dozens of pairs, but they’ve always been too sheer, too stiff, or—worse—too stretchy. All summer long, everyone from Emmanuelle Alt to weekenders in Sag Harbor was living in their ivory denim. I had basically given up, until Industry Standard released its newest style: The Odette midrise white jean. I’ve been a fan of Industry Standard ever since I met founder Nicole Najafi earlier this summer and became obsessed with her inky high-rise Simone jeans. Najafi has mastered the quintessential blue jean and worked tirelessly to design the ultimate white version: They needed to be forgiving but not stretchy, and slightly cropped at the ankle for the most flattering silhouette. I wear mine a little loose, and even after a long day at the office, they don’t sag or stretch out. They really are the best white jeans I’ve ever tried.
Industry Standard Odette midrise skinny white jean, $105, Buy it now—Emily Farra
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