For all our lovers of European fashion, our new Scotch and Soda and Maison Scotch sample items have arrived and are being uploaded now! Check out our selection of bags, footwear and denim being added to http://shopsurplusclothing.ca
Our warehouse sale was big success and we would like to thank all our loyal Surplus customers for showing their support!
Surplus Clothing is proud to present to Official Diesel Warehouse Sale!
We continue to add even more great Diesel bags at rock bottom warehouse prices! With a wide variety of styles to choose from be sure to find your perfect fit, but if you find one you like make to to hurry, these bags are going FAST!
We are going to be offering free ground shipping for all Canadian and U.S orders over $150 before taxes! Start shopping now!
We've launched brand new YouTube and Flickr channels to better showcase our images and behind the scene videos from our photo shoots!
We've been busy at work adding new styles of stock bags and purses from Diesel. Choose from Hobo slouches, Messenger Bags, Purses and Briefcases. Hurry though, because at Surplus' unbelievable prices, they have already started to go!
We've successfully imported a large selection of Diesel jeans for Men. Choose from a large selection of styles like the Viker, Zathan and Larkee cuts in a variety of washes available. Check out our Men's Jeans here!
Scott Morrison in an interview with Allure magazine has a quick and simple wash and care guide for your new designer denim:
Years ago, denim was an industrial fabric, but now the treatments we use to make jeans look vintage and distressed actually result in a delicate garment that won't last long if it's not treated with care.
• Get a little dirty. If you've bought a pair of stiff, dark raw-denim jeans, wear them for as long as possible between washes. The way you walk, sit, and the shape of your body will break them in, and the longer you go without laundering them, the more comfortable they will become. True denim connoisseurs will go for months—though they're mostly men.
• Keep them snug. Stretch jeans need to be washed more often. Most women's jeans have two to four percent stretch and loosen up after a few hours of wear. If you like your jeans tight and wear them a lot, then you'll need to wash them at least once a week to get them back to that original snug fit.
• Be protective. Always turn your jeans inside out when you wash them to protect the color. Use a regular liquid detergent and set the water temperature to no higher than warm. Allow raw denim or any jeans that you wear loose to air-dry. For stretch denim that needs to shrink back to size, tumble dry at high heat for about 40 minutes. Keep in mind that this drying cycle will eventually reduce the elasticity in the fabric, so if you've had them for a while, air-dry them most of the way and then give them a quick blast in a high-heat dryer for 10 to 15 minutes.
• Hang out. Once they're dry, I hang my jeans, which helps mimic their natural shape when worn. At Earnest Sewn, we sew a small orange "locker loop" on the inside, but you can just use a belt loop at the back of the waistband. You can fold them—and lots of people do—but I hate creases.