My Celebrity Life

Fun Jeans For Sad Times

There was a time earlier this year when it felt like jeans were a garment from a bygone era. As we embraced the comfort of joggers and holey old leggings, it seemed as if our hermit wardrobes were here to stay. But as the pandemic became a permanent part of our existence, we began to yearn for real clothing – particularly items that would boost our mood.

This feeling was encapsulated in a viral tweet that read, simply, “no more plain jeans”. Accompanied by a photograph of loud, printed denim, the message was clear: it was time to inject some fun back into our clothing. Denim has been a wardrobe staple since time immemorial but 2020 is making the case for vibrant patterns on an array of light wash denim, coloured and classic black jeans.

One of the brands doing this best is New York-based Eckhaus Latta, whose swirly spray-paint jeans quickly became a favourite of Instagram It girls everywhere. Other designers like Collina Strada have also taken on the trend with a range of graffitied and squiggled designs. But if high end is out of your budget, you’ll be happy to know that the high street has its fair share of fun jeans, too, with Urban Outfitters, Topshop and Weekday all putting their own spin on the look.

To shop the best printed denim on the market right now, click through the slideshow ahead…

Topshop Cow Print 90s Straight Jeans, $, available at Topshop

Eckhaus Latta High Waist Tie Dye Leg Jeans, $, available at Farfetch

My Celebrity Life – Versace Medusa Amplified print flared cropped jeans


House Of Sunny Dalmation Jessie Jean, $, available at House of Sunny

Paloma Wool No 717 Kent, $, available at Paloma Wool

Weekday Rowe Extra High Straight Jeans, $, available at Weekday

Eckhaus Latta Green & Red Directional Spray Wide Leg Jeans, $, available at SSENSE

Lazy Oaf Loved Up Denim Jeans, $, available at Lazy Oaf


BDG Erin Tie-Dye Cocoon Jeans, $, available at Urban Outfitters

Lisa Says Gah Robyn Jean, $, available at Lisa Says Gah

Free People Just Float On Printed Flare Jeans, $, available at Free People

Chopova Lowena Ebrulee Straight-Leg Jeans, $, available at Farfetch

ASOS DESIGN Curve High Rise ‘Relaxed’ Dad Jeans, $, available at ASOS

Urban Outfitters BDG Juno Tie-Dye Jeans, $, available at Urban Outfitters

Natasha Zinko Graphic Print Straight-Leg Jeans, $, available at Farfetch

Topshop Mid Blue Lazer Print Straight Jeans, $, available at Topshop

Kirin Flowers Washed Flared Jeans, $, available at Farfetch


Jaded London Flower Print Retro Flare, $, available at JADED LONDON

Pop Sick Vintage 80’s Reworked Jeans, $, available at ASOS

Jaded London Horse Scene Printed Jeans, $, available at ASOS

Maison Scotch Bandana Print Jeans, $, available at ASOS

Free People Firecracker Flare Jeans, $, available at Free People

Miaou Junior Leopard Print Trousers, $, available at Farfetch


River Island Pink Paisley Print Wide Leg Denim Jeans, $, available at River Island


Credit: Original article published here.

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