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Simple cut upcycled denim vest with the open front. Minimalistic details and frayed edges on the armholes gives the vest a casual look.
This unique garment is produced using recycling techniques by dismantling reclaimed jeans and turning it into usable textile. Designed with thought. The garment is easy to style with many different outfits from your closet and is a perfect statement piece. Comfortable, functional extra layer for any season – style it with short sleeved summer outfit or use it as a shell on your sweater to keep you warm in the winter.
Due to secondhand materials, each vest slightly differs in its color variations and patterning.
- 100% reused denim
- Oeko-Tex certified labels
- Recycled cardboard packaging
- Recycled paper hangtags and care labels
The thought behind
Yours Again was born from love to great design and respect to environment. We add our little personal hints into each piece and hope you can feel the affection we put in it. Why Naive? Because it was the first style we came up with. It all started with Naive – an idea that old can be better than new. An idea that gets stuck in your mind and changes the way you perceive world. That naive idea that makes you think fashion can be what you want it to be – harmless, trendy, worthwhile. That idea was tailored into the first vest and inspired others to come.
All of our products are living a second life and we wish it to be as long and beautiful as possible. Denim is easy to take care of and does not require many instructions, however we feel responsible to provide you with useful care instructions to maintain your garment high quality.
We highly recommend to wash and iron your denims only when necessary – washing reduces the color from your garment and makes it wear off more quickly. If you want to preserve your garment for many years to come, we suggest hand wash or if using machine – cold water with other black/dark alike colors. Turn inside out to retain black color better. Tumble drying might cause excessive shrinkage and wear-off, therefore we hang our denim to dry. If using tumble dry, use lower heat setting if possible.