Alejandro Chahin launched men’s denim brand Mott & Bow in 2014, with the goal of segueing his family denim factory in Honduras into a brand of high-quality, affordable jeans for men. He managed to find plenty of customers who enjoyed paying around $100 rather than double that or more for premium denim.
So on the tails of his men’s denim success, Mott & Bow has now launched a women’s line. PopSugar tried out the jeans and had this to say:
While I loved the fit on my husband, I wondered about the new women’s cuts. Happily, after trying both the high-rise skinny and the slim boyfriend cut, I can tell you that the fit is spot on and runs true to size with just the right amount of stretch.
They’re starting with four women’s styles including skinnies and boyfriend, which also run between $96 and $128. They keep prices low by selling only online—and since that model often comes with customer anxiety about sizing, Mott & Bow offers an at-home try-on option. They’ll send you two sizes for the price of one, just send back the size that doesn’t work with the pre-paid return label.
Mott & Bow also claim to have solved the color-transfer issue with dark-rinse jeans by developing a process that involves baking the jeans in a resin coating.