Typically T.Shirts pair best with Denims, be it a polo or a crew, however its only one of the ways. Great cotton plaid (checks) shirts are as authentic as well, they are classic and smart and can be seen as appropriate for a Friday at work as well as a weekend get together both day and evening. Pairing a plaid (check shirt) with a denim can be achieved in the most casual fashion by layering with a crew neck tee. Another unfailing classic is paring a denim with a classic white linen short sleeve shirt or a long sleeve shirt rolled up to the elbows for that easy devil may care attitude.
Denim shirts are a great go to for a Denim on Denim look which can be termed as cool casual and sharp all at the same time. Here too an inner layering with a crew neck tee is the most classic combination and exudes cool, add a pair of statement sneakers and you are set to make heads turn. Denim on denim offers an opportunity to showcase both a monotone and a contrast look both dressed up with a pair of high shine patent lace ups or a dressed down with a pair of statement trainers/ sneakers.
The outcome on all of the above thanks to the classic denim can be simple and understated yet cool and classic and can seem appropriate for most occasions.
Denim is a sturdy cotton warp-faced textile in which the weft (Horizontal part of the fabric) passes under two or more warp (Vertical part of the fabric) threads. Denim is available in a range of colours, but the most common is indigo denim in which the warp thread is dyed while the weft thread is left white. As times have evolved so have denims which are found in different weaves, however the twill weave is the most common construction on a denim fabric. The more contemporary weaves are either structures or dobby weaves which are far more common to woven trouser fabrics, these days the knit weave is the latest addition, also a weave which is commonly used in the construction of track bottoms. The Knit weave is the newest and latest technology in denim and it ensures some serious extra stretch and comfort.
Denim fabrics are most versatile as they offer a range of garment outcomes based on the creative processes that one can put them through. A few examples of dynamic wash outcomes ( wet processes ) of a denim garment be it a top or a bottom are stone wash, acid wash, enzyme wash, rinse wash and bleach wash. These washes add a dimension to the garment that is unique only to denim. Dry processes like distress, grinding and tinting add to the look and feel which is unique only to denim.
At Basics denims are an integral part of our dynamic season offering do look up our collection and find some exciting looks every season, for sure you will be spoilt for choice.