Maternity Designer Denim and Maternity Designer Jeans
The Origins of Denim Jeans
Denim will probably never go out of style. It's origins date back to the 1800s with a fabric called serge de Nimes (soon shortened to denim) that was used to make the first pair of denim trousers in Genoa, Italy. The word "jeans" comes from the French word for Genoa, (Genes). From that point onward, denim has been a part of every culture, but it was made popular in America by a young German Jewish man name Levi Strauss who used the fabric to make sturdy pants for miners, farmers and cowboys. And the rest, as they say, is history.
We've come a long way, Baby. Today, jeans are worn and loved by just about everyone - including pregnant women who can't imagine life without their jeans. Fashionable women worldwide say that their jeans are one oacf the foundation garments of their maternity wardrobe. They go from daytime with a t-shirt to dinner with a pretty top and everything in between. Even though it seems a bit spendthrift to shell out more than $100 on an item you will only wear for a few months at best, maternity designer jeans are a great investment and can be worn after the baby is born as well.
Maternity Designer Jeans With Stretch and Style
Maternity designer jeans are available in whatever style suits you. The top names in jeans are also the top names in maternity jeans - so you're sure to get an excellent fit, top fabrics and great designs. If the look you're after is long and lean, then Momzee Maternity "Safari" Stretch Jeans are the ones for you - especially if comfort is the number one requirement on your list of "must be..." Stretchy cotton spandex keeps its shape and still stretches with you.
The maternity line of Citizens of Humanity is loaded with hip styles. Their Maternity Kelly Boot-Cut Jeans are trendy numbers that feature a Pacific Ocean wash with light fading. The boot-cut leg has a crease, and of course the signature "h" stitching on the back pockets lets everyone know you've got great taste in jeans.
7 for All Mankind - Hard to Find, But Worth the Search
Seven Maternity is the abbreviation of 7 for All Mankind, and they're a treat when it comes to maternity jeans. Popular with the celebrity crowd, Seven maternity jeans can be purchased from A Pea in the Pod. You might be able to find a pair on Ebay or Craig's List - they're not the run-of-the-mill jeans, for sure. The original cut of the 7 for All Mankind jeans were low-slung and sleek fitting. The maternity version is no different. If you really want a great pair of jeans that will go through your pregnancy with you in style, then these are your ticket.
The UK voted Seraphine maternity jeans the best by fashion editors, and rightly so. The cut and quality of these jeans - that come in four different styles - fit different figures. Skinny jeans, boot-cut and the new funky boyfriend styles are all there for the choosing.
The good news is that you don't have to live where the stars live to be able to avail yourself of these designer maternity denims. You can find them at a variety of maternity shops including Mimi Maternity and Destinations Maternity. You'll be able to find great maternity jeans and stylish maternity dresses, jackets, and vests, in denim by the designers you love. Prices will vary with the designer and the store.
The Best of Baby Denim - Mini Fashion Plates
While we're at it, baby designer denim is the biggest thing ever right now. You can get denim diapers (oh my) and this past summer the Wall Street Journal reported that skinny jeans for babies are the hottest thing out there. Gap said that 40 percent of their infant and toddler girls denim fashions are skinny jeans! Marc Breitbard, executive vice-president of GapKids and babyGap said, "People love trend take-downs. Fashion-right clothes are really adorable the smaller they get." To top this bit of information off, Gap is reportedly coming out with jeggings (hybrid jeans-leggings) for infants.
Doesn't that beat all?