When it comes to jeans, they call you the wanderer. You roam from hip-huggers to skinnies to boot cut to straight leg. Going around, around, around. (Sounds like fun, but it’s not.)
It’s time to settle into a style that’s right for you. At Drift, Oakland’s newest denim boutique, owners Johnelle Mancha and Alfonso Dominguez are committed to helping you do just that.
The dungarees do the talking in the simple, nature-inspired space. (They do have one of the largest collections in the East Bay, after all.) Displayed on a halved redwood trunk, you’ll find standbys like J Brand and Kasil. Bohos rock ’70s styles by Freedom of Choice or the worn-in look of Freedom Is Natural Nirvana. Admire your honey’s buns in men’s designs by William Rast (JT-owned) and local line ProportionofBlu.
Feeling overwhelmed? Dominguez and Mancha will size you to find the perfect fit. They also stock accessories like Ear to Ear jewelry and Kim White handbags.
Sounds like your drifter days are finally done.
Drift, 815 Washington Street, at Eighth Street, Oakland (510-444-8815).