Grey is the new black. At least that's what we here at Strunway have to say about our acid wash grey jean pant, okay? And we have a feeling that's what you'll be saying, too, just as soon as you finish reading this pants post of ours, dudes. Because we are about to turn fashion houses and mags' past clothing cred right on their basic all-black-loving heads because there is nothing more current or stylish than putting your own individual sartorial shade spin on it. So go on, we'll wait, while you fold up and tuck away all your black jeans, okay, because it's high time that you start to make way for the new black AKA grey.
And we've even gone one sartorial step more by showing you a grey jean with rad, just-worn-in enough rips and holes galore. And having made it an acid wash grey, too, we're giving a clever little *wink wink nod nod* to the acid wash-loving fashion days from the infamously rad 1980s decade! But we've also modernized them for today by making 'em in a super slimming and skinny fit, okay? And we're sure you're thinking right about now just what are you supposed to wear these rad pants with to properly wow all those fashion houses and mags for your own clothing cred. A hint: Just look at the post pics.
So why not start your rad outfit revolution with a shirt that doesn't have an all-black tint, sartorial sirs? Because, remember, you are trying to prove that grey (and maybe a khaki top, too) is the new black, dudes. And feel free to tuck that shirt in or leave it casual and loose, and add a black pair of crocodile patterned slip-on leather shoes. And instead of putting your wallet in your jeans back pocket, we thought why not add another clever little *wink wink nod nod* to the all-black fashion houses and mags by carrying a tote that has a leather square colored black to go with your grey is the new black acid washed pants?