How To Wear Flex Cafe Denim With Blue Collar Prep

You may be familiar with our Men’s Flex Denim. It moves with you, ensuring comfort and quality aren’t compromised. What you may not have known is that we’ve taken our revolutionary high performance stretch even further by making it with recycled coffee grounds. Eric from Blue Collar Prep styled our Men’s Slim Straight Active Flex / Cafe Jean with an “edge meets comfort” vibe. Get to know Eric and the inspiration behind his #AEOSTYLE below.

Meet Eric: I’m Eric! I’m a NY electrician with a love for fashion & shopping more than my wife lol. My blog and instagram accounts let me showcase my interests that I can’t do on the 9 to 5. My style is more on the casual side, but I love exploring all areas of fashion and try to keep my looks versatile. I’ve got an adorable son Nate who keeps me on my toes, so it’s important for me to stay comfortable but show that dad’s can still have swag and be stylish!


What Inspired Eric’s Look: Being that it’s flannel season, I find myself wearing plaid button downs a lot. To switch it up I layered mine over a striped tee with my black leather jacket. Mixing different patterns gives any outfit that little bit of edge that I like. This kind of style goes well with a good pair of jeans with that broken-in denim look! I really dig these because the flex denim makes it feel like you’re wearing sweatpants, without compromising style. I’m a big fan of cuffing my pants – no matter the style…jogger, skinny, slim fit, cargo, I always seem to go with a cuff. I also always like to accessorize any outfit where I can to add a couple extra details!


Shop Eric’s Look: Slim Straight Active Flex /Cafe  Jean | Suede Pioneer Boot (Similar) | Flagstaff Flannel (similar) | Striped Crew T-Shirt (Similar)


Show us how you wear our Slim Straight Active Flex / Cafe Jean with #AEOSTYLE on Twitter and Instagram for a chance to be featured on the AEO Style Gallery.

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