YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru
YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru

YMC Tearaway Jeans Ecru

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Have you ever looked back at people in the 80s & realise how much white stuff they wore? It's actually pretty wild because it makes you think about how little white clothing we wear these days. Obviously we have white t-shirts & shoes etc but the 80s seemed like a time where all-white-everything wasn't an unusual thing. Obviously there's always going to be the risk of impromptu customisation via food spillage but in reality how often are you dropping food on yourself? If your answer to that somewhat-rhetorical question is "a lot" then let's just say maybe you should stop thinking about what I'm saying here.

For the rest of us that exhibit a moderate enough amount of motor skills to successfully eat without looking like a Jackson Pollock painting, I'd recommend giving white clothing a shot. Pants are kind of the last frontier for the white clothing, they seem to be the one thing most people are least willing to give a go. I'm here to say, the time is right! Plus these aren't actually white-white, they're ecru so if you mess it up they should wash up fine...

  • Cotton linen hopsack fabric
  • Leather patch on wasitband
  • Fabric made in France
  • Garment made in Portugal

Straight cut, take your normal waist size.

Have you ever looked back at people in the 80s & realise how much white stuff they wore? It's actually pretty wild because it makes you think about how little white clothing we wear these days. Obviously we have white t-shirts & shoes etc but the 80s seemed like a time where all-white-everything wasn't an unusual thing. Obviously there's always going to be the risk of impromptu customisation via food spillage but in reality how often are you dropping food on yourself? If your answer to that somewhat-rhetorical question is "a lot" then let's just say maybe you should stop thinking about what I'm saying here.

For the rest of us that exhibit a moderate enough amount of motor skills to successfully eat without looking like a Jackson Pollock painting, I'd recommend giving white clothing a shot. Pants are kind of the last frontier for the white clothing, they seem to be the one thing most people are least willing to give a go. I'm here to say, the time is right! Plus these aren't actually white-white, they're ecru so if you mess it up they should wash up fine...

  • Cotton linen hopsack fabric
  • Leather patch on wasitband
  • Fabric made in France
  • Garment made in Portugal

Straight cut, take your normal waist size.