Fall is just around the corner; and when the temperature gradually drops, one thing comes to mind: the denim jacket. I admit that I’m a fanatic when it comes to this rough and rugged American classic. That’s because they’re uber comfortable, they keep you warm, and they’re stylish. Furthermore, you can wear them with literally anything—pants, shorts, skirts—you name it, denim jackets will surely look great with them.
Denim Jacket: A Brief Look Into Its History
Aside from their versatility and their comfort, denim jackets never goes out of style since the fifties. Levi Strauss, the founder and owner of Levi’s clothing company, invented the denim pants in the late 1800’s. It wasn’t until a few years later that he came up with a top to match the iconic pants; and so, the denim jacket was born. The denim pants and jacket were first used by western workers as these clothing are known to be tough and durable. It was in the 50’s and 60’s when James Dean, Steve McQueen, and Marlon Brando popularized the denim pants and jacket when they wore them in their films. This gave the denim jacket its “cool” status we now know them today.
Denim Jacket: A Fashion Staple
Since it first invaded the popular culture, the denim jacket has then became a true fashion staple that never goes out of style. Since the 50’s, decade after decade, until now it’s still the epitome of cool. And when you think about it, everybody can rock this fashion staple—from rock stars to rappers, from cowboys to fashion models—from all walks of life, denim jackets has been a favorite.
Denim Jacket: Different Ways to Rock It
Today, there are literally hundreds of styles and colors to choose from. If you’re thinking of ways to wear them, here are some fabulous ways to rock them:
As you can see, the ways to wear these fab and totally rockin’ outerwear is countless. If you have any suggestions, please share them with us by commenting at the comment box below. If you’re interested in the denim jackets featured above, just click on the im ages and the links to see product details.