The Year 1860 saw the invention of Jeans by Levi Strauss as an answer to the common working class populace for something sturdy and durable….
It took an iconic turn in fashion when heartthrobs and everlasting stars like Marlon Brando and James Dean were seen sporting them as a symbol of rebellion and free spirit in popular movies like The Wild One and Rebel Without a Cause. By the 70s jeans became an accessible and desirable piece of clothing which later piqued the interest of designers all over the world as different styles: ripped, slim, jean shorts came to be in vogue – burning the ramp!
Here’s our guide on 4 ways to rock your Jeans with a shirt:
- Urban Cowboy: Straight cut faded jeans and boots teamed with a button down collared checked shirt, worn tucked out. Or a red & black lumberjack checked shirt tucked out and teamed with a pair of slim fit black jeans, desert boots and a fleece half sleeved jacket.
- Casual Friday @ Work: A thick-striped custom shirt with rolled up sleeves paired with dark blue or black denims, gray waistcoat and loafers/espadrilles.
- An Evening out with the Boys: Dark denims and a light colored tailored linen shirt with a mandarin collar teamed with a summer blazer. Chic yet simple. You can also try a rolled-up sleeve pastel Linen shirt tucked out over black skinny jeans and sneakers.
- A Date it is: Blue jeans & custom white shirt combo can never be a tiresome affair. Both smart and casual. Don an Egyptian Giza white shirt with a button-down collar, french cuffs and cuff-links, tucked into a pair of blue denims.