Freelance lifestyle and fashion blogger. Loves skinny jeans, vintage denim, leather bags and nail art. When not writing, she can be found watching series or taking long walks.
Skip breaking the bank to own trendy jeans by making your own custom creations instead. With a little bit of smart shopping and do-it-yourself ingenuity, it's easy to create super-glam jeans.
No one needs to have bad hair days like many did in the seventies or eighties before today’s great products and styling tools were created. Just ask your parents or grandparents and have a look back at their old high school photos and you’ll see for yourself.
If you are reading this then you probably love your denims. And if you love your denims then you have probably worn out a pair of jeans and had to toss them. It is sad to see a good pair go, but what is more sad, is the fact that in the United States alone, more than 4 million tons of clothing and textiles get discarded each year. Hem + Haw is a creative project that seeks to put a dent (albeit a tiny one) into this issue and doing so in style.
In 1873 a fashion icon was born, shaping cultures for decades - right to today! The Levi 501 is unquestionable the single most enduring fashion item, a symbol that has and continues to define various 'pop' cultures. This original short, three part documentary by Levi looks at the history of 501 – the original and first ever blue jean.
Every woman should have a fabulous fitting pair of jeans in their closet - although, lets be honest, you need (and want) more than one. Curvy women may have a hard time shopping for good looking jeans in a skinny girl world. Here are five tips for buying jeans that will prove every curvy lady can be a denim diva.
With spring around the corner and long summer days soon to follow, here is a DIY denim project that you can do now to add a unique item to your wardrobe. Just about everyone has a trusty pair of jeans they wore through out the winter and now you can easily transform them into trendy shorts for summer with this simple guide.
Style should never be about wearing expensive brands. It should rather be about combining the right fabrics, patterns, designs, accessories and ideas to bring out both your physical and personality traits. With a little imagination, you can combine cheap pieces to create stunning outfits. This will not only allow you to get more for less, but also save enough money for the day that must-have piece of clothing comes your way.
At one time faded jeans were all the rage and quite trendy. The more faded and soft they were, the more stylish they seemed to be. However, current trends range from dark, unfaded jeans to washed-out, highly distressed denims. If you like the former trend, you may want to give a little thought as to how to keep them blue for longer. Here’s how to keep jeans from fading.