Since we are the DenimBlog I thought it would be good to show you Teens for Jeans, I came across it on the internet whilst I was browsing around. They need your used jeans. Here is info from their website to explain a little more and a video with Chace Crawford.
Teens for Jeans is a national campaign, launched by Aéropostale and Do Something, empowering YOU to collect jeans for homeless teens.
Just drop off any pair of your gently worn jeans to any Aéropostale store between January 26th and February 22nd and we’ll make sure they get donated to a local homeless shelter or charity. To say thanks, Aéropostale will give you an additional 25% off your next pair of jeans.
So why not do something nice and donate your unwanted jeans to charity?! This kind of makes me feel guilty that I am in love with my $200+ Diesels and some kids out there don’t even have jeans. How tragic – seriously! I’m totally donating my old jeans…
Gorgeous Kate Beckinsale was snapped by the paps in Hollywood wearing Genetic Denim Recessive bootcut XY jeans again, she was seen in these a just over a week or so ago. I actually really like them on her even though they are men’s jeans – they are the perfect fit for loose fit and she pairs them really well with that cute hat and shades. They are truly boyfriend jeans. I really like her style!
Images courtesy of celebutopia.net
I sized them up, snickered, then scoffed. Lace on jeans? Wedding lace?
Then I remembered, there was this one time at my non-existent, early 90′s bachelorette party, that I could have worn these… Gawk and giggle with me now as we stare in awe of these most unique and wondrous jeans, together, and one click at a time.
Was it ever appropriate to wear such disasterous jeans, even in the late 80′s/early 90′s? Yikes. Well, baggy boyfriend jeans made a comeback…so you just never know! Could these come back into style in the distant future?
images via Wedding Belle Blues
Hmm…do we spot a trend here? Homeless chic?