All About Jeans

Which item of clothing would you consider the most popular within our contemporary wardrobes? No doubt, the majority of people would answer this question with the answer, ‘jeans’. Think of everybody that you know, do any not own a pair of jeans? When we mulled over this question, we found that we could not think of a single person who did not own a pair of denim. Grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, siblings, cousins, friends, colleagues, etc, they all own at least one pair of them!

Why are they so popular then? Well, to begin with, jeans are extremely versatile as a style of clothing and suit most people’s tastes. Clearly, they are normally worn in a casual setting, but some pairs, such as Armani jeans, for example, are suitable for even the most formal of occasions (ok, that is a little bit of an exaggeration, but they certainly suit a semi-formal setting).

Additionally, they come in a wide range of styles, which together, suit every body shape. Thin, tall, short, or round, there are denim to flatter the figure. Wide leg jeans suit skinny people, flared jeans suit tall people, skinny jeans suit the hourglass shape, and hipster jeans suit larger people.

We can team them with practically any type of clothing, and any shoes. High-heels, flats, boots, sandals, tank tops, jumpers, waistcoats, shirts, etc. The list is almost exhaustive. Moreover, there are jeans to suit every budget, if you are rich, you can fork out for a pair of G star raw jeans, poor, and you can buy a £5 pair from the local supermarket. They are certainly the most democratic of clothing; they do not discriminate against anybody (except those rare individuals who have a denim allergy!), we all suit them in one way or another.

However, the designer jeans prove the most fascinating to the majority of fashionable people. But, what is it about designer ones, such as Armani Jeans, that prove so alluring? Perhaps it is the high quality of the denim, or maybe it is the attention to detail that is present in all of the world’s leading designer jeans. On the other hand, it could be the feelings of confidence that arise when wearing clothes that we know look fantastic.

Designer jeans, such as G star raw jeans, True Religion jeans, Humor jeans, Replay jeans, and Edwin jeans, gain their inspiration from the catwalks, and such, to this end, their designs are much more superior to those found in the average shop. The stitching, the fabric, the design, and the cut, all conspire to create the perfect ones, which when worn, leave the wearer feeling incredibly attractive. Paying £100-£200 for clothing that increases our self-esteem, creates feelings of confidence, and leaves us feeling happy, is well worth the money.