Denim has been a mainstay in our lives since… well, forever. But the standard jeans of your younger years are no more. Skinnies are already dying a slow and painful death (thankfully) with looser styles reigning on the catwalks and in celebrity wardrobes. But some famous faces have taken denim to the next level, customising jeans to a point where they are barely recognisable. From Kendall Jenner’s invisible style to extreme slits pioneered by Rihanna and Ariel Winter. It’s not just celebrities taking jeans to the next level. Online favourite ASOS has unveiled a jeans-skirt hybrid that’s bound to make your skin crawl. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: You can show off your bare bum in Vetements’ new jeans 10 denim pieces that every woman should own A bedazzled burger box now exists thanks to designer Julien Macdonald
While some might believe the jeans are one of the more outlandish denim trends out there, one of Nordstrom‘s styles might be even more absurd. Customers are sounding off about jeans sold by Nordstrom that feature fake mud. Nordstrom is selling jeans w/ fake mud on them.
Ryan Destiny is the latest celebrity to prove that pants are optional at Coachella. The singer and actress attended Day 2 of the festival in not-all-there jeans.
The 21-year-old model was captured by paparazzi wearing what appeared to be a pair of denim shorts with an oversized, red-and-white-striped button-down Oxford shirt by Balenciaga tucked in asymmetrically, with one panel peeking out the bottom of one shorts leg.
Don’t launder your jeans as often as you think you should? A University of Alberta textile scientist wants people to wash their jeans less often to reduce their average carbon footprint. “Laundering and the process of fabric care … it uses up water and resources … and energy,” researcher Rachel McQueen told the Edmonton Journal.
From the purpose of those little metal buttons to the reason for that fifth pocket, there are a lot of little-known facts about your beloved denim. Jeans were invented in the 19th century in the French town of Nimes. OK, so that explains denim – but what about “jeans”?
Shopping for jeans is never easy - especially when you’re a fuller-figured woman with a bountiful butt and hips to factor in. But not all jeans are fashioned for shapeless women. There are lots of great cuts and styles out there, as size 16 model Ashley Graham proves.
Sick of your old true blues? Give them a new lease of life with these seriously easy to do DIY hacks to try at home today. Tried any of the below? Tweet us your pics to @YahooStyleUK.
Jeans and a tee is a style staple that NEVER goes out of fashion. However, we can sometimes get in a rut and wear the same tee and jean combo over and over again. We need a bit of a shake-up to our fave off-duty outfit. So, here is some inspiration of some unique and unexpected ways you can style your fave wardrobe items
If you wear clothes, whoever you are, it’s likely that you own a pair of jeans. Men, women, the old, the young alike – it’s estimated that half the population wore jeans on any given day. To understand our love affair with denim today means looking to its past – so here we present the history of the humble jean. How to find the perfect fit jeans Fashion statements that RULED the noughtie
Out come the vintage floral dresses, crop tops and co-ords and somewhere, beneath all those bikinis that no longer fit us, will be a pair of unworn white jeans. There is no denying white jeans look UH-MAZING.
The eternal and on-going quest to find the perfect pair of jeans. Unless you’re a size 8 with legs that go on forever, it’s virtually impossible to picks up some jeans that actually fit around the waist, bum and are the right length. Kylie Jenner drove fans wild when she posed in her butt-hugging Levi’s a couple of weeks back.
Nerves Are Overrated: Celebrities Refuse to Ditch Their Skinny Jeans Hilary Duff out and about in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Photo: Getty Images If you’ve started shopping for jeans for fall, one thing is abundantly clear: fashion’s over the skinny silhouette.Rachel Comey’s denim culottes are sold out, Frame’s bell-bottoms are everywhere, and Marques Almeida ’s frayed boyfriend jeans are the new must-have. On the one hand, fashion loves a change, and after nearly a decade of twig-like denim, it’s time for something new.