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No Longer Reserved For The Sofa — Levi's Puts Blankets Front & Center

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    Let’s get one thing straight — when it comes to blankets, we take the selection process pretty seriously. But, we can really only think of two instances in which it is appropriate to wear said cozy sheaths outside the house. And unless you are planning to take a whimsical sleigh ride through the frosty forest, or sit by a crackling bonfire on a camping trip, we think it best to keep your blankets strictly couch-side.

    This is where the denim geniuses at Levi’s come into play and subsequently turn our argument on its head. Yes, Levi’s has found a way to incorporate beautiful, artisan blankets into everyday wear. Taking pieces of vintage blankets and interweaving them with the likes of chambrays and modern twills, Levi’s new Artisan Blanket Collection features a range of styles, from shift dresses to cropped pants and woven shirts. Shop these unique threads on Levi’s online shop and in store, because trust us, these are blankets that are begging to be worn out of the crib Oh yeah, and they have a pretty sweet lookbook to accompany the new line. Check it here!

    Photo: Courtesy of Levi's

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