Designer Jeans can be a confusing item of clothing to buy, there are a ton of different brands out there, Jack & Jones, Quiksilver, Zoo York, Cookie Johnson to name a few.
Choosing a brand though is the easy part, however there are also many different styles which can make things confusing, some of which I will try and explain for you below.
The most renouned types of designer jeans Ive come opposite been the Straight Jean, Boot Cut, Low-Rise and Skinny Jeans, so these are the ones I will explain.
Well start off with the Straight Jean, a sincerely simple one really. This jean is the same breadth down your leg. Whats great about this jean is that theyre stylish, but also comfortable. Theyre great as an civic wear type look with a pair of laces up shoes and a slim jacket.
Boot-cut Jeans. These jeans got their origins from, well quite simply, being made to be ragged with boots. Hence the name! This jean is sincerely standard at the top, just like a true cut jean, however starts to finish out at the knee and becomes loose around the ankle area. These jeans can give quite a relaxed look. Also renouned as a standard civic wear look, these jeans are comfortable and look great with a decent t-shirt and sneakers. Becareful with sizing on these as the looser fit can mean your normal size is too big.
Low-Rise Jeans. The Low-Rise jean is made to sit lower on the hips of the wearer than conventional jeans. The rise on a jean is the stretch between the arm and the waist. On Low-Rise jeans this can be around 8 inches, while conventional jeans are around 12 inches. Popular with the teenage crowd, this jean is more matched to a slimmer build.
Skinny Jeans. As their name suggests this jean is tight. This jean gives a cosy fit right the way down through the legs and end in a parsimonious fit around the ankles. If youre of a spare build and can lift this jean off then it looks fantastic, if however not the most comfortable. Popular with women it has now increasing in recognition with the masculine crowd due to its welfare by rock and indie groups.
Cookie Johnson Jeans. Cookie Johnson, Magic Johnsons wife, introduced her new line called Cookie Johnson Jeans.