Denim jacket men: it is classic, timeless and can be combined with everything. The denim jacket is the must-wear of recent years, the supreme garment to be worn from spring to autumn with any type of outfit and that comes to our aid whenever, even with the full wardrobe, the idea of “not having nothing to wear” reigns in our heads.
Resistant and indestructible, the denim jacket plays a decisively important role in the history of the style and began to be popular in the 1960s, although at the time only mechanics wore it.
After the hippie turn of the '70s, in the following decade it was the uniform of the paninari and, alternating with the leather jacket, the punk one, but we have to wait for the 90s and Ralph Lauren to see our classic denim jacket appear all decorated with jewels and turquoises: in that moment, denim jacket goes up on the catwalks for the first time.
The revenge of the denim jacket
Since the 1990s, the vicissitudes of this garment have been alternate and appeared and disappeared several times in fashion shows, while remaining well established within our closets.
In the last few years, denim jacket has come back into vogue and anyone who wants to be fashionable or simply not looking like a Mars inhabitant must have (at least) one!
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