10 models of jeans that never go out of fashion

by fashionsnobber

With a nice pair of jeans and a shirt I feel okay, I can not help it. The denim trousers are the most garment essential in every wardrobe. Created with a sturdy cotton fabric that has begun to take hold after World War II, where it was used to wrap bales of goods, we have to thank the great Levi Strauss for the idea of turning it into a pants and since then has never He stopped being a trendy head, glam and chic also depending on the look.

10 models of jeans that never go out of style season after season

Bell Bottom

Bell Bottom Jeans.

The rage in the 70s and since then you see them always around fished out or not by the trend of the moment. Characterized by extremely narrow and lower leg flared just remember the shape of the elephant legs and a bell.
From left to right: Paige, 3X1, True Religion, Paige and Current/Elliott.


Biker Jeans.

Designed for riders with different stitching reinforcing views at strategic points and zip pockets to prevent the leakage of our things, allowing it to ride a bike to perfection does not have to paralyze their niche of belonging. Or like or dislike but later in life I believe everyone has succumbed to at least a couple.
From left to right: Balmain, H&M, ELEVENTY, Topshop and Just Cavalli.

Boyfriend or Baggy Jeans

Boyfriend o Baggy Jeans.

Recognizable by their masculine cut, they are wide hips and leg with horse not too low the first and the second lowest. They use a lot with a flap, between those who sing hymns and who is not, to you to choose.
From left to right: Levi’s, Christopher Kane, DSQUARED2, Victoria Beckham and Valentino.

Boot Cut or Flare

Boot Cut o Flare Jeans.

Initially designed to allow it to be worn with cowboy boots have the leg flared but not excessively such as flared, are narrow at the waist and obviously wider at the bottom.
From left to right: Alexander McQueen, Gucci, Topshop, Stella McCartney and Alexander Wang.

Capri or 7/8

Capri o 7/8 Jeans.

Straight from the ’80s are now summer and despite being a model to prefer cotton or other softer fabrics in denim also manages to have its why year after year. It is characterized by the length that leaves the ankle discovery.
From left to right: Philipp Plein, Balmain, DSQUARED2, J Brand and Pinko.

Mom Jeans

Mom Jeans.

They depopulated in the 90’s and since then they are always present in any collection especially in recent times. High Waist, is especially recognized by the tapered leg but not too close.
From left to right: River Island, Acne Studios, New Look, Topshop and The Ragged Priest.

Skinny Jeans

Skinny Jeans.

They have to be there like a glove, follow our forms and are fully compliant, narrow leg, indeed very close, to the bottom. Almost always stretch so as to perfectly fit our legs but be careful not to take them too tight or well to stop the circulation of risulteremo salami.
From left to right: Tom Ford, Balmain, YSL, Stella McCartney and Ermanno Scervino.

Straight Jeans

Straight Jeans.

I am the classic skinny model to be clear, timeless as ever, straight and slim from sitting down. should not be totally adherent but not too large, say soft as if between the skin and the trousers there was 1 cm of space.
From left to right: Polo Ralph Lauren, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Diesel, Levi’s and The Row.

Wide Legg

Wide Legg Jeans.

Just at the palace. Start straight and wide all the way. Not an easy model, better wear it when you’re high.
From left to right: Michael Kors, Diesel, Alexander Wang, Chloé and Valentino.

Finally, finally, even across several controversies of which I will tell you about it in my next post I think the outfit will not pass so easily fashion the culotte models so for correct information and popularity I have to include in this list.

Culotte Jeans

Culotte Jeans.

Wide at the bottom of variable lengths but still above the ankle and below the knee. I’m not a model that help, do not look good to any for their play on proportions that severed the figure, but they are comfortable, very comfortable and this implies a nice #machissene in those days where practicality is everything.
From left to right: Alexander Wang, Stella McCartney, J Brand, Etienne Marcel and NYDJ.

Credits: Sep created on Polyvore.

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