The bulk of times these trends are linked to fashion and cloths. There have been some crazy styles through the years, from bell bottoms in the seventies to tight rolled jeans in the eighties; it is either one extreme or another. The only thing that seems to combat that trend is blue jeans, and even though many different varieties have come in and out of fashion over the years, a basic pair is still as cool as it ever was.
One thing that has never been regard as an extreme or at least hasn’t in a long while is blue jeans. I guess that when they first started getting popular in the fifties, those adults and the older generations linked them with misfits and gangs. If you wore a crisp pair of dark blue jeans with the cuffs rolled, you were most likely making a statement. Through the years and as they became a more acknowledged part of everyday dress, the bad associations went with the older generation and as the young people grew up and become parents of their own children, they saw nothing out of place with the blue jeans as a fashion statement. They perhaps did not prefer the torn pants and the bell bottoms, given that they were different, but they really were merely blue jeans and everybody should have at least one pair of them.
You need something to relax in on the weekend; there are only so many pairs of khakis that you can wear before you go insane. What was once a fashion statement became part of the mainstream, yet unlike almost every other fashion that finally make it into the typical, blue jeans never became uncomfortable to wear.
Most fashion fads which start off on the outskirts and ultimately break through into everyday life have the likelihood to lose all of their appeal to the younger generation that actually started the trend. As soon as you start seeing it on television or movies, it has usually passed its prime coolness. And if you start seeing adults, people over the age of thirty with kids of their own doing it or wearing it, you can virtually promise it has lost all of its edge and coolness.
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