Most Popular Blue Jeans Ever

#1 1960’s: Bell Bottoms

In the Nineteen Sixties, young ladies rebelled against the complete skirts of the previous decade by sporting bell bottom jeans. These mid-rise pants were fitted on the thighs so increasing from the knee down. The sturdy cloth of the jean was excellent for the crusader movement; they protected outside protesters against the weather and were durable and trendy at concerts. For instance, at the illustrious Woodstock pageant of 1969, jeans were the go-to wear article to form it through the 3 days of mud and music.

At the forefront of this look was seventeen year-old British model, Twiggy. Her thin, immature figure and short haircut challenged standard women’s beauty, fitting right in with the rebellious mood of the last decade.

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