I’ve been debating with myself on whether or not to feature jeans with embroidered pockets here. Would they be popular? Would they be well received? Are jeans with embroidered pockets OUT, or are they still IN?
I remember when embroidered jeans were a big thing. They were the trend when premium-label denim first hit the market in the early 2000s.
Now, they’re not getting a lot of exposure or endorsement from trend-setting celebrities. We get a few spots here and there (like on Miley Cyrus), but not at the level they were once at before.
Embroidered jeans add a touch of personality and individuality to your outfit, making you stand out from the crowd
Of course, we don’t have to follow what the celebrities wear, so I’d like to know YOUR take on this style. Do you still rock jeans with embroidered pockets or skip them when you see them on the rack?
I think it all depends on the embroidery design. There are quite a few nice ones out there, but the ones below are the types that give jeans with embroidered pockets a bad name. Three women’s jeans with unattractive embroidered pockets:
COOGI Bootcut Jeans with Pocket Detail, $98.00
Laguna Beach Crystal Cove Bootcut Jeans, $61.99
Mek Denim Jaisalmer Boot Saddle Jean in Light Blue, $155.00
Don’t think that men are exempt from this. Some of the worst embroidered pocket jeans I’ve come across are from their department.
Three men’s jeans with unattractive embroidered pockets:
Ed Hardy Bulldog Signature Jeans, $46.99
Laguna Beach Redondo Beach Straight-Leg Jeans, $76.99
Konvict Handcuff Jeans, $78.00
Of course, these aren’t helping the cause of embroidered jeans. If you still love the look of jeans with embroidered pockets regardless of what trends dictate, we say go ahead and rock them!