Jeans bags – denim meets design
There’s hardly a trend that changed the fashion world as much as the classic blue jeans: Once used as work trousers, this piece of clothing has been an essential item in our wardrobes for many years and almost everyone possesses at least one pair. Jeans fabric is one of the most commonly used textiles in the world – no wonder because the robust cotton fabric looks unbelievably cool and is really super to mix-and-match with. Jeans fabric is not only a real eye-catcher when it is made into trousers; bag designers also value the robust denim look and are enjoying experimenting with it in current collections. Whether it’s a stylish handle bag with flower appliqués from Guess, a maritime crossbody with rhinestones by Miu Miu or a roomy shoulder bag with logo print and bordering of cognac-coloured leather by Campomaggi: Jeans fabric is used in numerous models and is always good for a surprise, thanks to its versatility. We at fashionette love these individual and modern styles!
Jeans bags and their look – from funky rock to elegant with the blue all-round fabric
Just like classic blue jeans, handbags made of denim can be styled with nearly all colours and materials: They look great with light linen or cotton outfits – perfect for the summer! If you like a funky rock style, you can combine the stylish jeans bag with a cool leather jacket or boots. But jeans can also do more: Together with fine textiles such as silk or velvet, the fabric ensures an exciting breach of style and creates a very modern look. The best example of this is the handbag Miu Tresse made of blue jeans fabric with detachable velvet handles by the Italian luxury label Miu Miu, a model that is as unusual as it is elegant. But the designer bag share yet another characteristic with the popular jeans trousers: They put up with a lot! Whereas handbags made of leather need to be well cared-for, a bag made of jeans is easy-care and even gains a little more charm when it has a lightly used look."