As we have told, nine out of ten people are wearing jeans as our daily look. You can easily find how popular and friendly jeans are. However, there are so many styles you can choose. Today, we are going to introduce different jeans’ styles.
What is flare pants? Flares, also called bell-bottoms, are a style of trousers that become wider from the knees downward, forming a bell-like shape of the trouser leg. Flares first became fashionable for both men and women in Europe and North America in the 1960s. By 1999, flare jeans had come into vogue among women, which had a wider, more exaggerated flare than boot-cuts (boot-fits). Though they are not as popular as before, flare jeans are still good choice for a faddish look.
By around 2009, the bell-shaped silhouette started to fade as the skinny jean rose in popularity. Skinny jeans, also skin-tight jeans, were first aroused in the early 1960s, when numerous rock bands and musicians, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, worn them. It became hot in 2005 when it was reintroduced to mainstream market for women. Women like its style because it can not only shaping their legs and hip but also showing their sexy.
Invented as protective clothing when working initially, overalls are one of most casual pants today. Another big change is that overalls were used to be worn by men, but they are largely unacceptable for males to wear unless for manual labor work in the 21st century.
Not like what we have introduced above, ripped jeans are not classified by pants’ shape but styles. All the jeans we have referred can be ripped jeans once they are distressed. Ripped jeans started out as just a result of over-wear by working people. In the 1970s, they were a way of self-expression and symbolized a spirit of rebellion. Nowadays, ripped jeans have evolved into a fashion garment.