There has never been a wider variety of one particular style of clothing. Jeans are a quintessential American staple that has grown to be worn by every sector of society. No longer are jeans simply blue and stiff, though that old classic still remains. Some hits for the spring and summer include jeans dusted with glitter, ripped jeans and denim shorts.
Studded pockets originated during the gold rush when the found gold outweighed the denim pockets and caused them to tear. One way to rock your denim is to express their affiliation with the gold rush by wearing jeans with gold star dust brushed across the thighs.
Metallics in fashion are expanding their territory past jewelry and are finding their way on to fabrics due to the new adherent qualities of finishes on fabrics. When daisy dukes are not an option long jeans can still be worn, even in the heat. Ripped jeans have their place in history but new styles are tearing down to threads. Unraveled stringy jeans are barely holding together this summer but as they fall apart the legs will be exposed to the summer air.
The more destroyed they are, the better. Black jeans look particularly nice in shreds and they look great with almost everything except a date to a nice restaurant. They can be shredded by opening a hole in the pant and dancing around and another way to rip them up is with a cheese greater. Very detailed holes and shapes can be created by opening individual seams or groups of seams with the wonderful seam ripper invention that are conveniently found in convenience stores.
Denim shorts are the classic casual summer bottom and the best thing about summer shorts is the jeans from last year can magically transform into cut offs with the swipe of a scissor. Because the destroyed look is in the shorts do not have to look perfectly tailored.
Zippers, studs and embellishments are great for people with small behinds because they add a bit of eye grabbing detail. Others can dress up denim shorts with belts that wrap around the waist twice and are worn low slung. The best aspect of denim in the summer is the ultimate freedom of movement they provide for riding bikes to the grocery store or walks in the park to keep your legs toned and shaped up. Kill two birds with one stone.