By: Anna Felize Gawker
A pair of jeans is one of the most important pieces that you can actually pick from denim. If you look around, you will surely notice somebody wearing a denim in the streets. Indeed, denim generally appeals to this era's modern look. And it has evolved since its humble beginnings. Now, more than just complementing a rugged style, the denim already rises to whatever great occasion there is. You can already wear it if you are looking for something dressy. You can match it with your casuals. And with the right design and styling, you can even put a blazer on with it and look corporate...
The material denim is used for the familiar blue jeans. Denim denotes a rugged cotton twill textile with fibers that produce the familiar diagonal ribbing identifiable on the reverse of the fabric. This actually distinguishes denim from cotton duck. History says that denim was traditionally colored blue with indigo dye to make blue "jeans."
Accessorizing with denim is something that never really goes out of style. In following the trends, you can get a structured bag made out of denim. Another piece of accessory that never goes out of fashion is denim shoes. You can pair it with your denim bag and look as fashionable as can be. You can also try an updated denim skirt with the length just right for your frame. A denim jacket works perfect with almost any outfit - it has always been in style and they are available in all lengths and shades. Just make sure the colors of your get-up complement. You can go for skirts, leather pants, or even a cocktail dress and then add a denim jacket and the look should be perfect. You can also get a colored denim if blue is not your color or is not what you are in the mood for. Try a blazer or trousers made of colored denim. There are shades that look great on anybody - including the shades of red, green or pink. You can also take advantage of wearing a denim bucket hat to protect your hair from rain showers or just wear it out of wanting to look trendy. Or for a more rugged or casual look, pick a denim cap to match your chosen outfit.
Amidst such options, one thing that is deeply associated with denim are the jeans - the pants in all those designs and cuts. It has surely evolved for all these decades (and even centuries). You can pair your jeans with a wide suede or leather belt for one of the most fashionable results. From the simplest to the sexiest to the most eccentric, you have all the choices in the world. And you can even pick one with specific prints that would go with the rest of your outfit.
Denim pants have countless cuts and designs to people can choose from. Some low-rise jeans look good with oversized patch pockets in back. Some works with a raised coin pockets. Some have ultra skinny belt loops. Most have metallic or copper rivets to strengthen the pockets (which also works well for the pant's design). Some have downsized back pockets with narrow, lowered accurate stitching. Some have boldly colored stitching accents. Some have richly faded designs. Some are creased down the center.
One comfortable design is having a loose cut through the leg with a slouchy fit at the top. Another style is a wearable low rise with flared legs. Meanwhile, going for boot cut jeans with a slight flare balances proportions. A bold and fearless fit that's low and super-sexy with an extra-long leg to stack over heels or wear in boots is another benchmark for the svelte figure. A slimming straight cut with minimalist appeal worn with heels or cuffed with flats can be utilized as well. For a comfortable, classic fit with tapered leg, having an extended front-tab closure and button-down flap pockets can be one design to consider. A boot cut maternity jeans can work well with a trouser-style that is made with elastic panels at the sides for comfort. The tilted rise helps eliminate waistband gaps and provides additional coverage in back. It caters to a comfortable look with an elastic waist that can be worn under belly. Plus-size boot cut jeans are also readily available - giving a comfortable, relaxed fit. Ideally, comfort can be achieved if the design sits at the waist and then cuts fuller for maximum ease through the hips and thighs. You can look for a straight and roomy fit through the seat, thigh and leg