No rules for jeans this summer
There are plenty of rules as to how to wear jeans on summer, what style goes best, which colors should be avoided, so why not forgetting about all those rules and enjoying the summer with the jeans that you already have in your wardrobe, making fresh and funny outfits?
“Jeans can be worn all year long, there are plenty of different fits available that match with many different styles, for me, the only important thing is that you feel comfortable with your jeans and they fit well”, said Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim, about this topic.
So let’s forget about the “basic rules” of what to wear and what to save on the closet and enjoy this summer, here are some suggestions that might seem appealing to try:
- Dark colors – Yes, you might for sure have heard that dark jeans are exclusively for fall or winter, but no more, we know how great the light wash jeans look, especially on hot days, but there are some important events where you need to wear a more serious outfit, and dark jeans are precisely what you need, so do not be afraid of wearing them this summer.
- Skinny jeans – If one thing is for sure on the fashion is that you can never go wrong with a good pair of skinny jeans, they match with all of your tops, so wear them this summer and combine them with your favorite shoes and matching purses.
- Straight jeans – One of the styles that you must try this summer, if you have not yet, is the straight jeans in a light wash, they are perfect to feel and look fresh.
- Ripped jeans – If you want to keep it cool, get a pair of ripped jeans, the best part is that you can do them at home if you don’t have a pair yet, that way you do not have to spend extra money.
These are only a few suggestions about the jeans you can try this summer, but the options seem to be endless.
“When it is about jeans, the possibilities are huge, with so many different styles available, everyone can find the pair that will help them styling their outfits this summer and all year long”, added Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal.