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List of Name Brand Blue Jeans Worn in the 80s

Ralph Lauren Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

Ralph Lauren Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

Wearing denim jeans will never go out of style, new name brand jeans will come in style every year. The blue jeans worn in the 1980s are very memorable; most of the jeans that were worn in the 80s were named by famous fashion designers, just like they are today.

Blue jeans make people feel casual, stylish, fendy, trendy and sexy. Wearing blue jeans can make any type of shoes look great, such as pumps, sneakers, flats, etc. Also jeans are the standard attire to wear and will never go out of style, while other types of pants may go out of style. Pants such as corduroy will go out of style more than blue jean ever will.

Jeans come in many different types: stone washed, black, blue, white, red, skinny, baggy, etc. In the early 80s when many people were just beginning to attend middle school, they remember that everyone was wearing a name brand jean called Wranglers. Teenagers then wore their wranglers fitted, and some wore then baggy. Wrangler jeans were the ones that were made of good quality, they lasts longer than many other jeans that were made back then.

Once the skinny jeans were in style in the early 80s, all colors of leg-warmers were worn with the jeans. And in the late 80s Levi jeans were wore in many colors and in corduroy. Back in the day people wore Bomber-jackets with fur around the hood of their jackets, along with their Levi jeans. The Levi Strauss jeans came in colors of: black, blue, yellow, orange, green, purple, red, brown; and others colors. These jean styles were popular with men and women also.

Guess Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

Guess Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

FUBU Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

FUBU Jeans - Popular Jeans of the 80s

Karl Kani Jeans - Fads from the 80s

Karl Kani Jeans - Fads from the 80s

Wrangler Jeans - Popular Jeans in the 80s

Wrangler Jeans - Popular Jeans in the 80s

  • Lee
  • DKNY
  • Fubu
  • Ecko
  • Gucci
  • Dickies
  • Guess
  • Sassoon
  • Jordache
  • Wrangler
  • Calvin Klein
  • Levi Strauss
  • Karl Kani
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Sergio Valente
  • Gloria Vanderbilt

Many of the Hip Hop Artist in the 80s rapped about the name brand attire that people wore during that decade. The rappers and other hip hop performers still sing about the name brand clothes today, they might rap about wearing Sean John Jeans, Gucci Jeans, or Luise Vuitton Jeans, etc.

Some people today remember a few things about the 1980s; the hairstyles in the 80s, the shoes worn in the 80s, the fashion accessories worn in the 80s, etc. You may also remember the Gucci purses, Gucci shoes, Gucci belts, Gucci Hats, and other Gucci items of the 80s. Also Louis Vuitton and Tommy Hilfiger were huge name brands in the 1980s as well and still of course today. Even the gold jewelry that was worn in the 80s was trendy, this decade was an exciting and memorable time in history.

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Kenyarna on January 19, 2020:

Used jeans please

Nicholas F 3 on April 18, 2019:

They missed CHIC Jeans

Rhonda on November 05, 2016:

What about jeans called....sunset blues??? They were very popular in the 80s

Christopher on February 25, 2016:

Ah yes Who can forget seeing Brooke

Shields' derriere posted on all those city buses way back when...

But you omitted Oscar de la Renta

Im not an expert on this subject lol

laptopvouchercode on July 19, 2012:

Thanks for the blog, brings back memories of the 80s

Brinafr3sh (author) from West Coast, United States on May 28, 2012:

Hi Ruby, People like the 80s name brand jeans history. Thanks for commenting.

Maree Michael Martin from Northwest Washington on an Island on May 27, 2012:

Blue jeans history, awesome. I am so glad jeans have never went out of style.

Great hub about them, nice~

Brinafr3sh (author) from West Coast, United States on May 19, 2012:

@ MsDora, Thanks for visiting, I miss some of those 80s name brand jeans, especially the Levi.

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on May 19, 2012:

You had my interest there. Wished you had continued with some more details. Looking for more. Voted interesting!

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