It’s All In The Details – Diego Milano


One of The Jeans Blog’s sponsors, DIEGO MILANO, is really unique, inventive and different. I got the chance to try out one of their jeans from the Spring/Summer 2015 collection called the 020 in Dark Indigo. These are so different to the usual skinny jeans that you see as these are cargo and moto inspired at the same time. They even feature 3D side and back pockets, a button flap, tabs, seaming and authentic style leather patches. They even have the DIEGO MILANO monogram fabric strip on the hemline and inside the waistband, as well as the hardware being emblazoned with their logo.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with DIEGO MILANO, they are a new brand to the scene brand and you can read about them in our previous post by clicking here. They pride themselves on using the best Italian denim and manufacturing in the US. The jeans, if you haven’t already noticed, have a real rock vibe to them and are definitely for those who love a tougher sense of style.

Not only are these jeans luxurious in design and detailing, but so is the packaging. They come in a black box with gold lettering and feature a freezer bag, plus the DIEGO MILANO look books and photographs. Plus, for those of you who love the jeans and want to try them out, guys especially, they have an exclusive discount which they are offering The Jeans Blog readers where you can get $150 off your purchase! Just use the code ITSABIGDEAL at the checkout to apply the discount. How cool is that?

As you can see here, I’m showing you up close and personal the detailing on these jeans, so you can see for yourself how much work has gone into them. I think the 3D pocket detailing is kind of cool and I do like the cargo pockets on the sides of the knees, they are definitely unique. Plus, I think the seaming in various places definitely makes them standout. Even though they do have both men’s and women’s styles, and these are women’s, I think some men could definitely pull them off if they are looking for a slimmer fit! What do you think of them? Let us know!





    • Lorna
      July 19, 2015 / 8:25 pm

      Yeah the detailing is incredibly cool! You can tell so much effort and work has gone into it, and they are so unique 🙂 Yours look cool!

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