Did you catch the recent issue of Glamour magazine with Katie Holmes on the cover? It was the jeans issue, so she was obviously in jeans. The big poop was that she was in high waisted jeans a.k.a. mom jeans. High waisted pants are back in a big way. The fashion folks say they are flattering on lots of figures, but I don't know about that. I became a teenager in 1986, and jeans were plenty high in those days through the 1990s. Apparently 90s fashion is a big deal now, so I sum this up to the fashion reboot. I don't think I am big on mom jeans even though my mom wears them, but she's adorable so everything works on her. Here are some other jeans for a yay or a nay.
Ripped jeans were always sort of in, and I hated them when they were big when I was young. Nay. Nay. Nay. Please try to explain to me why people like them so much.
No worries to skinny jeans fans because they are not going anywhere. Wide leg jeans and boot cuts are back in a big way!! The way to wear these jeans are with heels unless you buy something with a shorter length for flats. If you think that a shoe isn't supposed to cover up your entire shoe, then you wouldn't be a fan of these because that's sort of the point. Dark jeans are the most flattering too. BIG. TIME. YAY.
Trouser jeans are the same concept as the above mentioned boot cut jeans. Yay!
Have you noticed the trend in jeans going a bit nineties? These were 80s too because I had a pink pair of jeans like these. These jeans come in all kinds of easter egg colors including swirly jeans. They are great for some people, but not for this person. Nay.