When we think about some of the coolest jean brands on our radar, there are certainly ones that offer inclusive sizing—such as Khloé Kardashian's wildly popular Good American line—and tons of options when it comes to affordability. But in this denim Venn diagram, very few labels can say they fall into the middle where affordability and inclusivity hold the same weight. That's where the just-debuted Warp + Weft fits in.
Founded by the creative director of DL1961, Sarah Ahmed, Warp + Weft is the latest denim line to offer a wide range of sizes (0 to 24) in sleek, cool styles, and follows in the footsteps of other direct-to-consumer brands that have taken off in the last several years–able to offer its customers wallet-friendly pricing by eschewing traditional clothing production. In this case, everything's under $100. "While other denim brands source their fabrics, we make ours from scratch in our own mill," Ahmed tells us. "We do everything from spinning the yarn to weaving the final product. By selling directly via our website, we're able to cut costs and pass the value onto our customers."
But it's not just for these reasons, that Warp + Weft is "built on an everyone-welcome philosophy," as Ahmed tells us. The jeans themselves feel like a nod to global citizenship, each pair named after the international airport codes around the world, including JFK in New York, CDG in Paris, and PSP in California.
Ahmed predicts that the JFK—"It looks amazing on everyone and is as flattering as it is comfortable!"—and her personal favorite, the CDG—"a chic, high-rise straight style"—will be the first pairs to sell out. And with the entire collection of women (and men's) styles priced so affordably, we would be surprised if she's right.
Scroll down to shop a few of the new Warp + Weft piece from the collection that's for everyone.
We love this slight flare right above her sneaker.
These seams make all the difference.
The extra high rise and unfinished hems make all the difference here.
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