How Denim Jeans Evolved Over Time
No clothing item has evolved more than jeans. Coal miners in California wore them as their unofficial uniform in the late 1800s. By the ’30s, cowboys in the U.S. had also adopted the jean style into their wardrobe. Women didn't even really start to wear pants until this time. The ’60s and ’70s saw jeans reinvented and the casual look became a symbol of a carefree generation. But now jeans have taken a very crazy turn. Here are a few styles that had us guessing, who designed them and why.
The Knee Window Jean
Cut the knee portion of the jeans out and add a plastic clear covering over it and you have the Knee Window Jean. “We’re pretty strong advocates for ankle decoration," said Top Shop in an Instagram post and we couldn't disagree more. This random new style is not cute or flattering.
These jeans may seem simple in the front, but then you notice the zipper in the back that goes down the buttocks.
Would you try these one leg jeans? Hopefully, this never becomes a trend. It must be hard to wear these in the winter time! haha
The Hip Window Jean
The hips or pocket area of theses jeans are cut out. Just in case you wanted to show off your hips this is the perfect jean for you!
Do you owe a pair of these jeans listed above? If not would you buy a pair? Let us know your opinions on the current state of jeans in the comment section below!