An Arizona school district will crack down on distressed clothing and jeans with holes, despite protests from students.
The retail chain announced that some stores would be testing a revised uniform that allows for blue jeans, jeggings, chinos, skorts, and shirts of any solid color.
The Duchess of Cambridge made one last chic statement before heading off on maternity leave as she awaits the birth of her third child, due in April.
Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
If you thought the ridiculous jean trend was staying in 2017, boy were you wrong. To welcome the new year in, um, style, ASOS is selling a pair of buttless jeans from British fashion brand The Ragged Priest.
The singer was spotted in a yellow plaid corset from Miaou, joining an impressive list of stars sporting designs from the up-and-coming brand.
Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede — co-founders of the size-inclusive denim brand Good American, talk about why they think it's important to be more than just another Los Angeles-based jeans maker.
Once upon a time, straight-leg, ’90s-esque mom jeans were the stuff of Saturday Night Live fodder: outdated, out of fashion and decidedly uncool. Well, those days are clearly behind us as the vintage-inspired straight jean has made its way back into fashion’s good graces and returned to wardrobe staple status. You can hardly scroll through your feeds without seeing a celebrity or style star rocking the revived silhouette and, thanks to denim designers, these days you can choose rigid, non-stretch options or more contoured pairs that flatter your bod. The choice is yours; it is 2017, after all. With a more relaxed, effortless feel than its ubiquitous skinny predecessor, this shape is destined to become your new go-to. If you’re ready to set your style straight, look ahead for 13 of our favorite finds on offer now.
Denim has been a mainstay in our lives since… well, forever. But the standard jeans of your younger years are no more. Skinnies are already dying a slow and painful death (thankfully) with looser styles reigning on the catwalks and in celebrity wardrobes. But some famous faces have taken denim to the next level, customising jeans to a point where they are barely recognisable. From Kendall Jenner’s invisible style to extreme slits pioneered by Rihanna and Ariel Winter. It’s not just celebrities taking jeans to the next level. Online favourite ASOS has unveiled a jeans-skirt hybrid that’s bound to make your skin crawl. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: You can show off your bare bum in Vetements’ new jeans 10 denim pieces that every woman should own A bedazzled burger box now exists thanks to designer Julien Macdonald
Safiya Nygaard has tried other unusual ways of outfitting herself. Now she’s using Bluetooth leggings and an app to find jeans that’ll fit her.
I’m not the tallest, but I’m no shrimp either. At five four, I’m on the precipice of petite status but usually stick to regular sizes. A battle I consistently face, however, is finding well-fitting jeans, specifically of the cropped variety. The hem always hits below my ankle (if not several inches past)—a look that makes my legs appear far shorter than they are.
With Memorial Day behind us and Labor Day still months away, it’s the perfect time for wearing white denim — as shown recently by A-listers including Gigi Hadid (who stepped out wearing a pair of white Citizens of Humanity skinnies earlier this month), Keri Russell, and Miley Cyrus.
La La Anthony posted a photo showing off her Good American jeans. Khloe Kardashian has built a supportive following for her denim line, Good American, since launching the company with her business partner, Emma Grede, in October 2016. Radio and television personality La La Anthony is the latest celeb to show off her Good American denim in a snapshot on Instagram.
While jeans with transparent-panel knees are definitely awful, the line for ripped denim is a bit less clearly (HAHA) defined. Ahead, we test the limits of destroyed jeans with 21 photos of celebrities wearing them. From Marie Claire