Well, back in 2008, Skinny Jeans were trending for all the guys and that was a big shocking trend because no one thought that Guys could wear Skinny Jeans. But 5 years gone by and Skinny Jeans are still here, the tighter the jeans, the better, weird right? (But I love it)
But guess what? Back up Skinny Jeans because it's time for us to rise up!
"Boyfriend jeans are women's jeans that are designed to fit the body loosely, as though they have been borrowed from a woman's boyfriend. These jeans are typically casual and may be distressed in some manner. One feature common to boyfriend jeans is rolled up cuffs, although some can be worn with the cuff down."
Please remember that GUYS can wear Boyfriend Jeans too! Look at me rocking a pair of Boyfriend Jeans:
They are really comfortable to wear and I love them, girls, if you don't know where to buy a pair of Boyfriend Jeans, I suggest you going straight to your brother's or your boyfriend's closet and steal a pair of Jeans from now NOW! and I mean NOW!
And of course, the guys can wear them too! Who says that we can't wear Boyfriend Jeans?
Spring 2013 is here, and this season, Pastel Colors are going to be trending. Why? Because Pastel Colors are looking fun, fresh and excited.
History of Pastel Colors:
"The history of pastel can be traced back to the Sixteenth Century when Guido Reni, Jacopo Bassano, and Federigo Barocci were notable practitioners. Rosalba Carriera, 1675-1750 a Venetian lady artist was the first to make consistent use of Pastel." For more information about the History of Pastel Colors, Click here!
How to style with your Pastel pieces that you have in your closet?
I believe that Dungarees are going big this season! I was thinking about them trending last year during December, and yes they are trending now.
If you don't know what I am talking about, and you don't know how a Dungaree looks like, please continue reading.
History of Dungarees:
"Dungarees have been around since 1792, and were predominantly used as a protective garment for slaves, farmers, railroad engineers, mechanics and other blue collar laborers alike. In being cheap, ill-fitting and made of rough, but durable cloth, they carried a stigma to mark the low status of their wearer."
If you want to read more about the History of Dungarees, Click here!
This is how it looks like:
For the girls who wants to work them on the street:
This one rocks!
Guys, don't worry, you can rock those Dungarees too: