Those same jeans, from which underwear peeks out, have returned to the wardrobe of a number of celebrities. Will fashionistas around the world pick up on this trend?
Controversial low-waisted jeans that showed off a perky tummy and even the hem of underwear was one of the big fashion trends in the 2000s. Teenagers copied Britney Spears and beyoncé, choosing jeans with the lowest possible waist, and the older generation criticized the frank model.
It would seem that this fashion accessory is a thing of the past, but perhaps it will still return to the wardrobes of fashionistas in the very near future. It is possible that when going out after the protracted lockdowns, young people will choose more and more revealing outfits, as if trying to compensate for the time spent on the couch in tracksuits. The British tabloid Daily Star notes an interesting trend - more and more celebrities, whose opinion is important for the younger generation, show a familiar silhouette.
Popular fashionistas like Bella Hadid, Dua Lipa and Kylie Jenner have already shown off their version of the low-rise trouser silhouette. At the same time, Dua Lipa fully embodied the retro look, complementing the jeans with a fluffy cardigan, and also showing a strip of pink underwear worn underneath.
In the case of Kylie Jenner, the low rise was not embodied in jeans, but in semi-sweatpants in light colors and free style, complemented by a revealing bra. Kylie's post got 12 million likes, so we can conclude that the new trend is appealing to the younger generation.