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Anderson Cooper‘s dirty denim has been quite the hot topic ever since he confessed a few weeks ago that he only washes them about four times a year. Well, on Cooper’s eponymous talk show this morning, co-host Stacy London showed him just how dirty his unwashed jeans are.
Kristen Stewart could not possibly be more indifferent to the behavioral guidelines stars are supposed to follow. She disrespects Karl Lagerfeld. She won’t smile in photos. That’s one thing, but looking like you don’t give a crap at your friend’s wedding is entirely another.
We take it for granted that most commercials aren’t great, but this Jordache jeans commercial is extra not great.
We’re used to seeing our favorite red-headed prince in tuxedos –but not like this. Prince Harry went for a very, very relaxed look Sunday when he sported his very own interpretation of the Canadian tuxedo.
If you’re anything like us, you probably wear a lot of denim. We here at Styleite could, would and have worn jeans every day of the week, to press previews, breakfasts and really fancy parties where everyone else’s trousers were made of some kind of wool. And if our jeans-loving practice sounds anything like the way you dress yourself, you should probably be concerned: The latest forecasts predict the costs of denim is going to rise.
There’s something about the beginning of spring that makes us want new jeans. Amazing new jeans. Jeans that are themselves of the highest quality and look and feel really great when we put them on — really, what other kind of jeans are there? We realize that you, our lovely readers, probably like jeans with similar qualities, so we’ve teamed up the good people at Habitual to give away four pairs of jeans over the next two weeks.
It was really only a matter of time before Ralph Lauren got into the luxury denim game. After all, there’s not a more classic American designer that Lauren, and there’s not a more classic American wardrobe staple than blue jeans.
We called it: 2010 is the year of the butt. And since the public’s fascination over derriere poster girls Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose has no signs of subsiding, one would think clothing companies would start tailoring their measurements to both the waist and the hips. Good news: Levi’s denim company has answered our prayers and done just that.
Ever go to the beach with your bottoms sagging and wonder where you placed that sarong? Contrary to popular belief, as a carrier of a slimmer booty, trying on a pair of pants only to have them “deflate” in the derrière region is never a confidence booster. We did the homework for our readers, and our findings will have Sir Mix-A-Lot yell, “Baby got back!”
Until today, we completely forgot that the back-to-school shopping season is just weeks away, which means we’ll have to mark our calendar for the days to avoid stepping into the teen-riddled stores. But thanks to American Eagle Outfitter’s recent promotion announcement, looks like that day starts on the 21st of this month. From July 21 to Aug 3, the popular mall retailer will be offering customers a little treat in exchange for doing nothing more than trying on a pair of jeans — and that treat comes in the form of a smartphone.
The latest in the saggy pants saga: one British teen isn’t taking the low-slung ban lying down. According to the Daily Mail, a court in England ruled recently on behalf of thugs everywhere, calling any infringement on the right to bare boxers well below the belt.
Dynasty’s Joan Collins has a bone to pick with the jean-obsessed. In an article penned for the Daily Mail, Collins expressed her adamant distaste for jeans, sparked by the Ritz’s decision to allow guests to wear denim in their dining room.
I try my best to be a good shopper. I don’t buy expensive shoes (heels aren’t my thing and pricey flats in Manhattan make no sense), I’m a huge proponent of wearing a uniform (post on that to come!), and feel strongly that a good, simple white t-shirt or blouse can get you through anything. But I can’t seem to spend less than $175 on jeans.