Friday, January 15, 2010

Skinny Jeans Song

I found this fun stuff on YouTube.

Popular Jeans 2010

This is the time of the year when fashion designers and houses, and jeans manufacturers are busy cracking their heads trying to predict what's hot for year 2010. Opinions are bound to defer.

If we were to use online searches as an indicator, and rightly so, the hottest and most popular jeans for year 2010 will be skinny jeans. This will definitely be an indisputably hot item when we look at the volume of searches for skinny jeans vis-a-vis searches for other types of jeans. Another significant indicator is the steep rise in search volumes, a trend which become significant since year 2005.

Other popular types of jeans, ranked by search volumes are:

2nd - boot-cut jeans
3rd - low rise jeans
4th - flare jeans
5th - straight leg jeans

On popular brands, Diesel Jeans take the lead in popularity. This is followed closely by True Religion Jeans, Levi's Jeans and Wrangler Jeans.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Caroline Calvin's Tips For Skinny Jeans

Caroline Calvin offered some great tips to the “skinny” on how to wear skinny jeans and straight jeans:

- Wear long tunic tops for a long lean appearance or sweater knits to create eye-teasing balance.

- High heels, high heels, high heels! A pair of high heels will give you a sexy, long, lean look with either skinny or straight jeans.

- For classic Audrey Hepburn-inspired style, try pairing ballet flats with a crop-length fit. If Sienna Miller is more your style icon, pair flats with a longer skinny jeans and a long tunic-style top, but keep in mind this look works best on smaller frames.

- Guys can feel as cool as James Dean by slipping into a pair of vintage-style sneakers with lean straight-leg jeans.

- Pair skinny jeans with a high-heeled slouchy boot. The chunkiness of the boot makes the leg look slimmer. For the same effect, try wearing one of the new skinny stacked-style jeans. The stacking at the ankle offers visual balance much like a boot-cut fit.