Think of a few street fashion places that you know of. What comes to mind? Maybe stores like Urban Outfitters and American Apparel. Maybe you’re familiar with Boston own KarmaLoop. You might even know of places like DigitalGravel, JohnnyCupcakes, and 410BC. Alright, imagine a world in which these stores only sold one kickass item each day, instead of an overwhelming heap of mediocre stuff. Now imagine that the one kickass item was 50% off or more, every day. This is the concept behind JackThreads, a relatively new online street fashion boutique based out of Ohio.
In the early 1990’s clothing was horrendous, it was unlike anything the world had seen before. Day-glow colors and horrible triangular shapes with sharp edges defined the style. Watch an episode of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and you will know what I mean. But where did this kind of fashion sense, or lack thereof, come from?
With the start of April, the cold and dreary winter is finally starting to give way to the breezy and bright spring. We can finally start putting away all of our heavy coats and cashmere scarves to make room for our new, lightweight spring clothes. But just because the weather is finally starting to warm up doesn’t mean that we have to put away all clothes reminiscent of the winter months.