Too lazy for laundry? New two-sided jeans let you push off your chores one more day.
Made by denim company Bleulabs, the reversible jeans are just what they sound like: Pants that you can turn inside-out for a whole new next-day look. Each pair boasts a different color and the two way zippers, buttons, and sewn-in pockets help avoid the obvious signs that you are wearing yesterday’s denim.
“A jean with options,” is how the $165 pants are described by creative director Carl Jones. He got the idea last year after coming across a dual-sided piece of fabric. Several tests later, the reversible jean was born.
Bleulabs aren't just for the laundry-averse. The many color combinations, including a snakeskin and charcoal duo, are designed to take you from day to night. Frequent travelers might appreciate the luggage space they'll save. The leggings have been a best-seller, especially the indigo/black combo and the colorful plum and military green styles.
The company is now selling in stores around the country, as well as in Europe, and expects to ship $3 million in orders by the end of the year.