Mum jeans, hot or not?
Mum jeans. Who invented these jeans? Let’s say it is formerly classic jeans that hasn’t been seen for al long time, bus nowadays it is most woman’s favourite. Let’s talk about the mum jeans. Do you like this model?
Jeans are the best. For many people. It wears nicely in summer and winter, you can combine it with anything and you can wear it until it falls apart. And even then you can still wear your jeans, for some time. Nobody will complain.
You can wear them to work, in free time. Wear it on cold and warm days. When you go on jet ski-holiday to Austria or on a summer holiday to Jerez de la Frontera. It’s always right. You can wear it on any weekend trip. What more can we tell you about jeans?
Mom jeans are hip & happening
That there are so many models and designs. One of the last hip & happening ones is the mum jeans. The what? Yes, the mum jeans. Skip the 501 or the skinny ones, wear a mum’. But how do you wear it?
You wear it a little bit baggy, with a high waist and no stretch. No stretch mum! These jeans fit all, so no stretch is allowed.
Create your own personal style
The name is based on the American mums from the eighties and nineties. These jeans wear very comfortably and it flatters. It looks really fashionable. You can easily wear these jeans combined with a white blouse, a leather jacket, boots or even pumps and a classy Ted Baker bag (translated to Dutch: Ted Baker tas).
Different styles: cool or stylish with high heels, classic with an oversized black blouse. Everything is possible. If you go out with the kids you can wear a mum’s jeans the whole day, and if you go out with friends drinking a glass of wine from the wine cooler (translated to Dutch: wijnkoelkast) in a restaurant, it is also the best outfit. Mum jeans are comfortable and cool. But there is one condition: create your own personal style with it.
Skip the dad jeans
There also seems to be dad jeans. A bit too long, bit too high waist, no colour, and no good shape. Something like that. No good. Skip the dad’s jeans. Only mums have a right to give their name to jeans.
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