Men’s Jeans Trends 2011

Jeans are being the main part of wardrobes and no matter what trends are we ain’t going to quit our favorite pair of denims anyways. Menswear designers know that, so this year most of the leading brands have introduced their Jeans collections for 2011. This year’s Jeans trends are multiple and very versatile incorporating various forms, fits and shapes.

White sunny day

The classics of 2011 warm season are going to be white jeans. Tight white jeans can be found in Balmain and Simon Spurr collections. Dior Homme, Dsquared2 and Roberto Cavalli present straight white jeans, while Versace has rolled up models. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana among others have designed white jeans decorated with cuts and torn pieces.

Grey Afternoon

Another denim color to rock in 2011 is grey. Grey jeans are also going to be good for spring/summer season. Dolce&Gabbana, Dsquared2, PRPS and Dior Homme suggest light grey colors while Balmain, Mihara Yasuhiro and Paul Smith introduce darker (almost black) colors. These jeans will be great to fit monochrome image of yours. Wearing those you should pay particular attention to accessories and small details to decorate the simplicity.

Roberto Cavalli, Paul Smith, Versace

Black Night

As the sun is getting to shine brighter, you don’t have to put away your black jeans. Judging by the collections of Balmain, Dior Homme, Julius, Marc Jacobs, Dolce&Gabbana, Dsquared2, Givenchy, John Galliano, Neil Barrett, Rick Owens, Robert Geller and Simon Spurr black jeans are widely introduced this season. Hardly anyone will put on black denim for a promenade down the seaside, but will be a great base for Saturday night outfit. Those can be combined with bright colored T-s and shirts or some quiet color. “Total black look” had better be leaved for a colder season.

Sky is the Limit

There will hardly ever be a day when the blue jeans get outdated. The leading designers are bringing lots of blue jeans models this year. Still finding an ideal pair of jeans isn’t an easy task. We’ll make it easier giving you a few names you should consider when choosing your new jeans. Dior Homme, Dolce&Gabbana, Dsquared2, Balmain, D&G, Loden Dager, Gilded Age, PRPS, Mihara Yasuhiro and Viktor&Rolf have blue jeans richly presented in their collections. I believe there is no need to give any advice on wearing classics, you can fit it with whatever you want.

Dsquared2, Gucci, Versace

Tight is Right

All tight jeans fans out there can be happy with their wardrobes. Tight fit is being even more popular than ever. While previous seasons it had kind of a loose upper part today all-tight jeans are rocking and rolling. Burberry Prorsum, Dsquared2, Gareth Pugh, John Richmond, Robert Geller, Tom Rebl, Versace and of course Dolce&Gabbana introduce some great tight jeans this season.

Breeze Frees

Trends is good, but comfort is something we’ll never sacrifice. When trends go along with comfort we call that an ideal combination. You’ll surely find comfortable loose fit jeans in the collections by Galliano, Dsquared2, Cycle, Dolce&Gabbana, Gilded Age and Rag&Bone. Such models go with sneakers, sandals and casual boots. There is one thing I have to remember when choosing this type of style – you still have to look sound and neat. Looking like a garbage bag is obviously not your goal.

John Galliano, Gucci, D&G

All Time Classics

Loving the classic fit can be put you several trendiness points as well. The most representative models are provided by Gucci and Loden Dager. Their rich blue colors and ideal fit show the designers’ class and push them out in the line of other designers. Simon Spurr, PRPS and Pringle of Scotland present similar model in some lighter colors.

D&G, Dries van Noten, D&G

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