Joe’s Jeans Easy Cut Off Shorts in Nyore

My summer rotation so far has consisted of shorts, shorts, and more shorts.  These in particular have been an absolute staple to my wardrobe this season.  These are Joe’s Jeans – Vintage Reserve Easy Cut Off Short.  While everyone’s personal style calls for varying must-have’s, we have to agree that one summer piece that every girl should own is a pair of denim cut-off shorts.  There is something about denim cut off shorts that perfectly capture the spirit of summer.  They exude a free-spirit vibe, which after all, is what summer is all about.  The beauty of cut-off shorts is that they go with just about everything, from tees to tanks to hoodies to sweaters to flowy blouses and even to leather jackets.

What I like most about these shorts is the color. After all, any denim lover understands there are a countless number of washes that denim is able to create.  The wash name on these is Nyore.  It’s a medium to dark blue wash that’s been faded and destroyed for a laid back, relaxed look.  They have distressed holes along the front and rear pockets with a frayed hem.

The leg opening is 24 inches.  Made of 99% cotton and 1% elastan, these have a looser fit to them.  I went up in size to emphasize that relaxed fit, but it probably wasn’t necessary.  I’d say these run pretty true to size.  And they do stretch out after some wear.  The rise measurement is 9 ½ inches with a 3 inch inseam.

Washing instructions are: Dry clean recommended. Machine wash cold inside out with like colors, do not bleach, hang dry.

Buy Joe’s Jeans – Vintage Reserve Easy Cut Off Short in Nyore on sale at 6PM.

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