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Tory Burch Revamps Denim, Makes It Easier to Shop

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Tory Burch, America's billionaire- designer-next-door, has revamped her denim line with five washes on four styles. The brand also launched a denim guide to promote the more classic Americana vibe, in which users can shop by fit or wash or by Tory's recommendation.

The new washes are all very adult, with nothing lighter than a slight stonewash on the quads. You could theoretically wear them to the office or out, as Burch writes on her blog. The brand last made a big denim push in summer 2010, but pricing for the collection has stayed steady since then. No jean is over $195.
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