Colour analyst Jorunn Hernes (of Fargeporten in Norway) and I collaborated for these collections of jeans. I assembled Autumn and Summer, Jorunn took care of Winter and Spring selections.
We found that jeans don’t match everything, just as white, black, gray, and navy don’t. Some choices were clearly better than others.
The catalogs contain items grouped under the main Season, and then subdivided into three as the True and the two Neutrals.
As you peruse the catalogs, the comments will indicate items that sometimes belong in other Seasons. Some of these were inserted intentionally to offer comparison. For others, we were uncertain ourselves. We took a guess at where we thought they would land.
Items sell out near instantly, literally within a few days. The pictures and catalogs are permanent on Hue and Stripe, who create the platform for the catalogs. If a banner across the item says Sold Out, just float your cursor over it.
Jorunn will publish her article, How We Really Dress, today on her site. There, you will find the links for the Winter and Spring catalogs.
The link to the Summer catalog is here.
The link to the Autumn catalog is here.
Jeans can cost $200 a pair. Only one of the four catalogs creates your best appearance and most interactive closet. Keep an eye on the Colour Travels section for the next colour analyst traveling to your area. New locations are added often. Notice that Jorunn, co-author of this Jeans series, is travelling in March. Also, Oregon, southern Florida, Texas, and Louisiana are enjoying colour analysis opportunities in March.