The new HUDSON Collection by Hudson Jeans just dropped, which takes inspiration from “early 1970s Venice, California with European flair.” For Spring-Summer 2011, the collection features a wrap denim jacket, high-waisted jeans with graduated bell bottoms, harem pants and layering pieces with unfinished edges. It’s a decidedly laid-back collection for going about town looking like you’re street chic with a vintage spirit. We’re particularly enamored with the white bell bottom jeans (featured below) which highlights a waistband which has been cut out.
To shop the collection, go to Hudson Jeans online.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
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Been shopping for flared jeans? Get the skinny on J Brand‘s latest ‘70s style jeans: the Martini Flare. Retailing from $167 to $185, it’s a bell bottom jean with a vintage silhouette and a modern, smaller bell. Unlike the Joe’s Jeans Skinny Micro Flare jeans we reviewed recently, which only has a slight flare from the ankle down, the Martini opens up gradually into a moderate bell bottom starting below the knee. If you really want to try the latest seventies-inspired jeans, then the Martini Flare jean is a good bell bottom to test the waters. We are loving this skinny jean with a slight wide leg because of its slimming and leg-lengthening look. We think the Martini Flare skinny bell bottom will be your new go-to jeans to wear for summer through fall.
Go to J Brand online to view more styles.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: '70s style jeans, '70s trend, 1970s jeans, bell bottom jeans, J Brand, skinny flare, wide leg jeans