In the ’70s, it was bell bottoms. In the ’80s, it was tight designer jeans. In the ’90s, you went from distressed grungy to dressy denim. Then, in the 2000s came the skinny-jean revolution. And throughout these decades, classic cuts and workwear jeans have been a mainstay.
But today insiders say that there is no defining denim trend. It takes different cuts of jeans to make up a person’s wardrobe today.
Skinny jeans are still going strong and the high-waisted, flared-leg pant that was popular on the runway for fall is gaining popularity, while boot-cut and boyfriend jeans have already earned “classic” status.
These days people are not committed to a single look. Casual and dressy pairs, colored jeans, as well as those with light and dark washes all make up a modern person’s wardrobe in various silhouettes.
I guess you could say that we’re in the middle of the “anything goes” trend where the eras before all have equal influence. There’s a lot of democracy today when it comes to the blue jeans people are wearing.
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