Skinny jeans became popular in the 1950s. In those days jeans were regarded as a symbol of youth rebellion. To the extent that there is a ban on wearing jeans in cinemas, restaurants, as well as schools in America.
The popularity of skinny jeans uphill in line with the emergence of rock & roll music. Elvis Presley is considered the most important figure who popularized the tight jeans with all the attributes of his rebellion. In various appearances, Elvis often makes the public stunned by skinny jeans-shaped pipe and leather jacket.
In those days, skinny jeans do not use for women, except for the iconic ones who dared to look sexy: Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, and Sandra Dee. New in the 1960s skinny jeans became common among teenage girls. The difference with now, the zipper is in the back of the pants. Skinny jeans also not merely impressive rebellion. He is suitable as a casual dress that is polite but fits in a slightly wild style and represents freedom.
Like the picture above, Skinny Jeans Indeed can be combined with several styles and is also suitable for those of you who often use Casual Style. However, if you are less inspired with the picture above you can see some of the following pictures.
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