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When new styles are coming?

post #1 of 18
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When new are jeans coming out, does anyone know?
post #2 of 18
I think baggy jeans will come back very soon. If it goes in cycles and we're almost done (well at least I am) with the 80's look it only makes sense that we head into the 90's. So get your cross color jeans out and wear them backwards.
post #3 of 18
while ur at it u can jam to jump jump by kriss kross LOL
post #4 of 18
I don't think it's going to happen quite the way we predict, although it's true that a less fitted silhouette is slowly plotting work its way into the mainstream. Fashion threads its own path and though things cycle, it's a pick-and-choose equation where the new generation builds their own palette. Sure, 80s shit is hot right now, but do you see people walking around in acid-wash denim jackets or poofy, day-glo shorts? Not really.

And I think the same goes for the Cross Colors comeback. About a year ago people like me predicted that solid-wash jeans were an inevitable comeback - they flopped. Sure, some people picked them up for the shock value but they never found their stride and have already shirked back into the vault of short-lived fads.

Personally, I don't see anything radical happening over the next year or so. The economy has changed everybody's shopping psychology, so I see slim jeans and raw denim will probably stick around as the fashion norm for a while as people just stick with the look they've got. You never know though - things work in unpredictable ways, so maybe this time next year everybody and their mom will want canvas bondage-strap pants.
post #5 of 18
[quote=Grondie;1665503] Sure, 80s shit is hot right now, but do you see people walking around in acid-wash denim jackets or poofy, day-glo shorts? Not really.
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You need to come to NYC
post #6 of 18
It's already trickled down to the mass market and you know they're usually 2-3 years behind. By the time they can out source cheap material and labor for the mass market it's usually the last phase. Especially when you see those in the inner city looking like Levisland you know it only a matter of time by the time they can afford the latest in fashion some have moved on. I see young kids in JHS all the time walking around with tight wannabe thanaz jeans ,stripped sweaters , color full sneakers, blah blah blah. I'll give it to the end of summer but I do agree that the recession prolonged this trend way longer than expected.
post #7 of 18
I take it you are talking about me lpalma? Are you saying I look cheap?
post #8 of 18
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I take it you are talking about me lpalma? Are you saying I look cheap?
Absolutely not Levisland, your name just so happened to pop up but I could have easily chosen from 20 others. There's nothing wrond with your look and if it works for you then that's all that matters. The light jeans kind of grew on me and now that's your thing, you own it Levisland.
post #9 of 18
I hope badly that baggy jeans will NEVER EVER come back.
post #10 of 18
^ Word!
post #11 of 18
[quote=lpalma121;1665535]
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Originally Posted by Grondie View Post
Sure, 80s shit is hot right now, but do you see people walking around in acid-wash denim jackets or poofy, day-glo shorts? Not really.
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You need to come to NYC
I'm sure the wonks in SoHo are wearing every direction of butt-ugly, but it's not jumping outside of that circle. I see guys on Melrose Ave. in LA wearing polka-dot headbands, but really it's more hipster costume than an actual fashion current.

There's a strong wiff in the air of the 80s, but it's not so literal. Personally, I think all bets are off as to what the next look is going to be. Things seem to be loosening up, but I don't think any direction has revealed itself yet.
post #12 of 18
[quote=Grondie;1665591]
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Originally Posted by lpalma121 View Post

I'm sure the wonks in SoHo are wearing every direction of butt-ugly, but it's not jumping outside of that circle. I see guys on Melrose Ave. in LA wearing polka-dot headbands, but really it's more hipster costume than an actual fashion current.

There's a strong wiff in the air of the 80s, but it's not so literal. Personally, I think all bets are off as to what the next look is going to be. Things seem to be loosening up, but I don't think any direction has revealed itself yet.
One day I shall visit this Melrose Ave you speak of. I've been all over the east coast but always wanted to see the other side. Is it like the West Broadway of L.A.?
post #13 of 18
It's like one giant WAYWT thread.
post #14 of 18
lol Over here the WAYWT thread is on Prince and Broadway on a Sunday afternoon.
post #15 of 18
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lol Over here the WAYWT thread is on Prince and Broadway on a Sunday afternoon.
LOL, and dont try to take any big steps, standing absolutely still is about all you can do.
post #16 of 18
They can lean on segways.
post #17 of 18
If acid washes or mullets come back, I will skip the fad, retreat into my Unabomber-like bunker, and await the Second Coming -- or at least a better trend...
post #18 of 18
The new trend is Wal-Mart and last season's closeouts.
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