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While it is a label inspired by history, the Levi's Vintage Clothing brand has a knack for choosing unique pieces from the past and reviving them for today. Remarkably, these authentic stitch-for-stitch remakes of iconic Levi's garments are as much in style today as they were five decades ago when they were first introduced. Herewith, four pieces to consider adding to your closet this spring.
The Bold Jacket
Channel your inner James Dean with this scarlet-hued jacket that looks
as sharp with your selvedge
denim and a T-shirt as it
does with your joggers
or sweatpants and a chambray shirt. What's more, the specially treated jacket is wind and water repellent.
Climate Seal jacket, $350
Smarter than your average pair of slim fit denim, these jeans cut a silhouette that's sharp enough for the office but still comfortable enough for off-duty. Crafted from 12 oz. Cone Mills red selvedge denim and finished with a simple zip fly, the jeans have a narrow leg with a slight taper towards the ankle.
1954 501Z jeans, $260
This reproduction of a 1940s Hawaiian shirt is crafted from a lightweight cotton and linen fabric. The slightly washed out all-over surf print can be downplayed a bit by wearing it with subtle staples like white denim, khaki chinos or by layering it under a solid jacket.
Bay Meadows shirt, $198
Somewhere between a sport shirt and a denim jacket is this indigo-dyed western shirt. Finished with cowboy detailing like pearly stud snap buttons, dual sawtooth chest pockets and those signature pointed yokes—these are not attributes that whisper—this off-duty staple is much more versatile than you might think. And it only gets better looking the more it gets worn.