Best of … blue denim jeans
Written by: Catalogs.com Editorial Staff
Contributed by Tim Brugger, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru
Comfortable, easy to care for and fashionable throughout the year; that’s what I love about denim.
Sure, you can get them in all sorts of colors nowadays, but nothing takes the place of good, old-fashion blue denim jeans.
With that said, blue denim comes in assorted styles and cuts, so let’s take a peek at some of the best blue denim jeans.
Super skinny stretch
Forget the same old, same old. These Pac Sun jeans turn it all on its head. And why not? These high waisted, print blue denim jeans in a super stretchy skinny cut will turn some heads. Pair them with some of Pac Sun’s trendy t’s or cozy sweatshirts, add a pair of ballet flats and you’re good to go!
And guys, have no fear. Pac Sun has awesome denim jeans for you, too. Clearly an equal opportunity fashion find!
Old-school straight legs
I certainly don’t have anything against making a good thing better, whatever that may be. But when it comes to jeans, it’s pretty tough to beat a pair of jeans that’s been working for over 120 years. The old-school, regular fit straight leg jeans from Lee are about as old-school as you can get, and that’s just the way I like it.
Skinny jeans may not be all the rage, but they’re pretty darn close. If you’re running in the right circles, you won’t have to wait long before seeing a pair of these bad girls. Not all Bebe blue denim jeans sport the name in the back, but backside verbiage isn’t unheard of. Personally, I’d be a bit self-conscious walking down the street wondering who’s reading my butt. I can take solace in knowing at least it’s not written in Braille.
Not your daughter’s jeans
Who says you have to be a skinny teenager to find awesome jeans!
The woman’s and plus size couture of “Not Your Daughter’s” blue denim jeans from Appleseeds are perfect for lady who gets around; in a good way of course. Not only are they comfortable, they come in a variety of styles and washes in standard and pull-on cuts.
Destructed for style
For the teenybopper who doesn’t quite have everything, check out these already-distressed jeans from Alloy. If you have a 20-ish daughter, are a 20-something daughter or have ever met a daughter you’ll do yourself proud taking a look around Alloy. If it’s cool and stylish you’re after you’ll find it, including a huge selection of denim jeans.
For a bit of an upscale casual look, take a gander at these pleated chinos over at Orvis. They may not work for formal evening at “The Club,” but who wants to hang with those snobs anyway? Slide into a pair of these and you’ll be as much at home at the nice restaurant as the pool hall.
Faded and distressed
Outside of some darn good rock music, bell bottom jeans are about the only good trend to make it out of the 70’s; and make it they have. I see almost as many pairs of these today as I did back in the day. Of course, 30 years ago you had to earn the faded, distressed look you can buy directly from Neiman Marcus. No rolling through the mud, running them over with Dad’s old Studebaker or adding them into every wash load required.