Jeans - the versatile wardrobe staple that takes us from busy toddler through to bus riding OAP! Everyone loves their denim and no wonder - what other item of clothing works just as hard on a dancefloor as it does in a building site?
Invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873, Jeans were named after the city of Genoa in Italy, a place where cotton corduroy, called either jean or jeane, was manufactured. Levi Strauss. Undoubtedly one of the greatest culture markers of the last 140 years, what started life as working clothes became a symbol of disobedience and finally a fashion item for people across the globe.
Nowadays you will find demin dyed in every colour and cut to every shape and length. However, there is nothing like a trusty pair of blue jeans and we've chosen three of this year's fabulous styles for wearing at all ages.
Get The Look
Karen wears Bon Marche – Cropped Jeans £16, Top and Necklace (Comes as one) £26, Shoes (Primark) £14
Jolene wears Primark – Yellow Vest (underneath top) £1.80, Yellow top £10, Jeans £13, Shoes £8, Bag £8, Sunglasses £1
Susie River Island – Blouse £32, Jeans £45, Shoes £30
Big thanks to everyone who made our fun summer fashion shoot possible:
As one of the Small City’s most famed Perth bairns, the words of poet William Soutar still live on in our city streets – quite literally so. We’ve all
December 6th Thursday 2018
Let’s End It - an annual student exhibition featuring works by students at Perth College UHI in honour of World AIDS Day - officially opened to the
November 29th Thursday 2018
The City Hall has been a part of Perth history for a century, first opening its doors in 1908. That's a hundred years of memories, stories and events
November 28th Wednesday 2018