The seventies fashion revival continues, and who better to borrow inspiration from than the original icons of the era? From Bardot to Birkin, here are 7 to channel right now - and how to get their look.
View all the look book pictures from the Wrangler autumn (fall) / winter 2014 collection. Read the article to see the full gallery.
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Denim is so integral to today’s fashion industry that it’s difficult to imagine it getting any bigger. But, it is. In fact, denim looks set to become an increasingly significant aspect of fashion over the next few years, and, possibly, even over the next few decades. In a recent press release, Premiere Vision announced it had “broken a new attendance record” for its Paris “Denim”…
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It should come as no surprise that their ‘super cheeky’ take on spring 2010’s hot pants trend garnered Wrangler a lot of attention. Attention they’re keen to replicate by carrying the theme through into their high-summer offering for the year.
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The pieces of Wrangler‘s Spring 2010 collection that lent themselves to the hot pants trend naturally attracted some attention on Fashionising.com – the super cheeky shorts were accurately commented on as being for “little booty ladies” for instance. So for those with a penchant for the label’s summer offering we now have their spring 2010 look book online to potentially inspire your casual clothing purchases.
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The reaction to Wrangler’s super cheeky hot pants was mixed. I’ll wager that the reaction to A.Y. Not Dead’s ripped hot pants will be less so. To put it one way, I think most might prefer to play it safe with A.Y. Not Dead’s patched jeans; certainly the styling with a cropped tee does little more than pigeonholes the look.
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If you’re after a pair of super-short denim hot pants then Wrangler are making themselves the brand to look to. From the super cheeky to the frayed, they seem to have all manner of revealing shorts covered (or not so covered, as the case may be). You can find more examples in the brand’s Australian Spring 2010 campaign below.
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Another offering from Wrangler for your Summer denim shorts options. Once again Wrangler are offering up a cut of shorts in line with the hot pants trend, though this time the hemline isn’t as short, and it’s toned down by the fraying. They’ve still balanced the look with what promises to be an excellent high-waisted cut.
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