Jeans have long been a wardrobe staple and they're not going anywhere!
New in at Missguided are a fabulous range of jeans inspired by music and fashion icons of the twentieth century. There are seven new fits, designed to integrate with your existing wardrobe of casual tees, knits and tops, whilst updating your look using eclectic details from the '50s through to the '90s.
Also over at Missguided, you can learn about the origin of denim, its evolution and rise to be the most worn-fabric of the twentieth century.
We're really excited about the wardrobe possibilities ready to be unleashed in Missguided's new range of jeans and denim. Get the low-down on the new fits below and head on over to Missguided to shop Jeanology now!
1. Drew - '90s
Born into one of Hollywood’s most famous families – Drew Barrymore is a California girl through and through. Drew's bohemian, laid back and daring approach to fashion was the inspiration for these high waist mom jeans, available in a variety of denim washes.
2. Brigitte - '60s
Sixties sex kitten Brigitte Bardot embodied the notion of French chic and became an international star of film and screen. Her long, luxurious hair was her trademark, and she could make jeans and a slouchy knit look ultra-glam.
3. Dylan - '70s
The American singer/songwriter, Bob Dylan, is known for his International success in the music business from the 60’s to the present day. These boyfriend jeans are inspired by his unique and original style – from unkempt hair and turtlenecks, to distressed denims and Cuban heels.
4. Edie - '60s
Edie Sedgewick was he original ‘It’ girl of the sixties. She was the doe-eyed, eye-liner loving, multi-talented muse of Andy Warhol and inspired these high waisted skinny jeans, which are available in a variety of denim washes and finishes.
5. Gwen - '90s
No Doubt front woman and solo success Gwen Stefani embodies fiercely individual style. From punk and ska-inspired separates, to the classic Hollywood glamour of her trademark red lips, Gwen always rocked a pair of low-rise skinny jeans.
6. Lana - '50s/'00s
Think back to the final funfair scene in the film Grease and you're on the right track. With a preference for vintage and a retro flair, Lana Del Rey is a lover of denims, hard-hitting chains, 50’s style dresses and headcrowns, effortlessly inspiring these pretty mid-rise skinny jeans.
7. Stevie - '70s
Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac has been personifying bohemian cool for decades. With a love of flare, flowing chiffon tops, wedges and big hair – she is our festival muse. No festival wardrobe is complete with a pair of bootcut jeans.