Most people in contemporary society are preoccupied with appearances. We all love to look good, and nowhere is this trend more apparent than in the popularity of designer jeans. When asked if wearing them is important, the majority of people will answer yes. The reasons for the popularity of designer jeans are clear: their designs are excellent, and they can make even the ugly people appear elegant. They go a long way to improving a person’s self-esteem and sense of confidence, and there is no better reason than feeling good about yourself for wearing such jeans.
Given the fact that wearing nice clothes and looking good can increase a person’s sense of self-worth, they should form a staple part of any modern person’s wardrobe. Of course this means choosing the correct brand for your age group, for instance, young teens and early adolescents suit designers such as Evisu jeans or True Religion jeans, the older ones amongst us suit better the older, more sophisticated brands, such as Levis and Armani.
They are great as far as jeans go, in that they suit a very wide range of situations and occasions. The standard high street brands tend to be acceptable only in an informal setting, but a decent pair of designer jeans can go a little further. For instance, a pair of dark denim Replay jeans will suit a wedding – providing the person is only in the audience, and does not actually take part in the ceremony (although you never know, the priests may be wearing a funky pair of designer jeans under their cassocks!).
Probably, the biggest reason why they are so popular is due to the feelings people experience when wearing them. In the perfect pair of designer True Religion jeans, you won’t be able to help yourself but emit that arrogant air belonging to the truly confident, everything about you – your gait, your stature, your silhouette – will shout, ‘Here I am, I’m beautiful, and happy’. A good pair of them will have you feeling slimmer, taller, and more attractive, and these qualities will all reflect in your attitude towards the world. It is strange to think that a simple change, like buying designer jeans rather than non-designer jeans, can have such a huge impact on attitude, but it is true – try it and see for yourself.
They are expensive however, and this can be a massive drawback for the majority of people, particularly during the present financial crisis gripping the UK. However, the great thing about them is that the quality of the items ensures that they last a surprisingly long time, so that a pair of designer jeans bought for £100 can last a lot longer than a high street pair costing £40. Meaning that in the long run, say over the course of a year, you only need to buy one pair of them, but would need to buy three pairs of non-designer jeans for the equivalent wear. Therefore, in the long vision, they work out better value for money!