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New Spring Denim from Everlane & ABLE

ethical spring light wash denim and cropped denim everlane ABLE
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Ah, fresh spring denim.

Sunny days, daffodils, and mild weather put me in the mood for cropped fits and light washes. Everlane and ABLE are my go-tos for ethically made, thoughtfully designed denim if I really *need* to buy a new pair, and they've both released new styles just in time for spring.

This season's cut-off styles are really perfect for DIYs, so don't rule out the too-short pair at the thrift shop or the flares hiding in the back of your closet. If you're looking to make your own pair of kick flares, I highly recommend buying a pair of secondhand LL Bean True Shape Jeans off of ebay and cutting them to your desired length. I've done this with two pairs and find the silhouette and rise perfect for achieving the style of the moment.

If that doesn't work for you, here are my picks for spring denim from Everlane and ABLE...
ethical spring light wash denim and cropped denim everlane ABLE

ABLE Seam Jean in Sandra Wash, $158

Made in a fair trade factory. Raw hem, mid-rise.

Everlane Kick Crop Jean in Light Blue Wash, $78

Made in a low waste, sustainable factory. Raw hem, high rise.

ABLE High Rise in Ileana Wash, $148

Made in a fair trade factory. High rise.

It can be difficult to strike a healthy balance between embracing seasonal trends and maintaining a lean, sustainable closet. I try to make sure that the style really suits my body type before taking the plunge, because that ensures I'll wear it for longer. 

Have you heard of other ethical denim launches?

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