When you see so many celebs wearing a new style, you have to wonder to yourself “Is this a new trend?” and we at the Denimblog say “Yes it is!” Motorcycle/biker jeans are the new trend emerging and this is why: Rihanna has worn the Pratt’s Motor Spirit Norton Skinny in Bleached Blue, Victoria Beckham and Lilo have worn the Balmain Vintage Tie Dye Motorcycle Jean that also come in white, Katie Holmes has worn the Current Elliott Motorcycle Bell that also come in black and Ciara was also seen in Motorcycle jeans as well!
Photos Courtesy of Gossipgirls, The Insider and Wireimage
It’s obvious that our readers LOVE to see Celebrities in denim! It’s definitely fun to see what they are wearing and what they consider fashionable- but let’s face it, not many of us can afford to go all out and buy the designers they wear. But does that mean we should throw in the towel and wear sweats all the time? Heck no!
I think we probably have the some of the best dressed readers on the internet and the Denim Blog would love to showcase you! What do you wear day to day? What do you match with your favorite pair of jeans? What do you wear to the grocery store or to go out on the town? If you’re interested in having a What Are You Wearing Today photo of yourself featured, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post your style for the world to see!
Don’t be shy, your style is what makes you YOU! I love to get ideas on new things to wear by seeing pictures of my friends and peers. You never know what new trend you may start!
Gap may be known for their classic styles and cuts, but designer Patrick Robinson says the brand is undergoing an overhaul. This summer Gap will be releasing stylish sillhouttes, including skinny jeans, boyfriend jeans and shrunken jackets. However, they will have a very retro price tag of $69 (for the year the company was founded). Read more at Style.com.
Great News Guys! Cult of Individuality just launched a collection of men’s jeans meant to look like your favorite old pair. That pair you’ve worn in perfectly, that you just can’t part with, they’re more than just jeans, but also a memory book too. Cult of Individuality also incorporates classic cuts, and Japanese denim in simple, un-embellished styles. The price point starts at $125, so you can grab a couple pairs.