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American Eagle Outfitters

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Masculine, easy to wear and able to be dressed up or down, the denim shirt is a modern wardrobe staple that all men should own. And with American eagle outfitters denim shirts, there has never been a better time to add one to your collection.

AEO is America's favourite jeans brand inspired by the adventurous, optimistic and energetic spirit of the young people.
When you hear AEO, you think of DENIM as denim is at the core of AEO!

So here i stylish the AEO denim shirt with a PRPS jeans and for the sneakers a white ones also from American Eagle Outfitters .

Let's talk how i style the AEO shirt : - Denim On Denim -

The most successful way to wear double denim is to opt for contrasting shades. The polarised tones make it easier to pull off the look, with the differing washes drawing attention away from the similarity of the fabric.
Take more of a risk with your foray into double denim by replacing the jacket with a shirt. Less traditional and slightly more difficult to pull off, make sure you keep one of the washes unconventional.

About PRPS jeans : 
Prps is a New York-based luxury fresh denim brand that was established in 2002, and was founded by former Nike designer, Donwan Harrell. The brand motto is "Bruised, never broken".

There are 3 PRPS brands; PRPS Noir - Prices range from $500-$1500. PRPS - Prices range from $350-$600 PRPS Goods & Co. - Prices range from $180-$250 (all tops are under Goods & Co brand)

Prps jeans are manufactured in Japan. The denim used for the manufacture of the jeans, is organically grown in Africa. The Japanese manufacturer of the jeans uses looms from the 1960s similar to the type that were used to produce denim for Levi's. The manufacturing of Prps wares has since been moved outside of Japan, to China.



The denim shirt is one of the few pieces truly worthy of its essential tag. It offers something to every wardrobe; it transcends age, season and style with little effort and brings a rugged texture and blue collar roots to any look, never appearing out of place.
Despite previously being lost in the sartorial wilderness at times, the denim shirt is now here to stay. Pair it with tailoring, trainers, or both – it may have its origins in workwear but it’s no longer defined by them.

Thanks, as always, for reading.
Stylishly Yours,
Med Amine Bakkari

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