The bootcut, with its characteristic spread hem, was very popular from the late 1990s to the early 2000s.
These days, they are often referred to as "flared pants" instead of bootcut pants.
In this issue, we will explain how bootcut pants originated, what they are called, and how to distinguish between them.
Since wide-leg pants have a great leg-lengthening effect, owning a pair will broaden your fashionable range.
What is a boot cut?
In a word, boot cut refers to pants with a spread hem.
Originally, it was not a fashion item, but it is said to have originated when the hem of jeans was widened to fit the shape of cowboy boots used by cowboys and to make them easier to wear.
In the 1970s, the design with a wider hem of pants came to be adopted as a fashion item, and it became known as "boot cut," and became a standard silhouette of jeans.
It was especially popular from the late 1990s to the early 2000s, and everyone on the street was wearing boot-cut jeans.
These days, wide-leg pants, including boot-cut pants, are also called "flared pants.
Below I will explain in detail the names and types of spread-hem pants.
Bootcut, Flared, and Bell Bottom What's the difference?
Did you know that there are various types and names for spread-hem pants other than boot cut?
- Flared pants
- Boot-cut pants
- Bell Bottom
These are different names, but they are all called spread-hem pants.
So what exactly is the difference between "flared pants," "bootcut pants," and "bell-bottoms"?
Let us explain one by one.
Flared Pants" is a general term for pants with a wide hem
Flared pants" is a generic term for "boot cut" and "bell bottom" pants.
In other words Flared pants" is a generic term for both boot-cut pants and bell-bottom pants. Flared pants are not as tight-fitting as skinny pants, and they are not as tight-fitting as skinny pants.
The charm of flared pants is that they are not as tight-fitting as skinny pants or as loose as wide-leg pants, but have an exquisite loose fit.
They are popular among women because they have a great leg-lengthening effect and can be worn in style.
Let's distinguish between "bootcut" and "bell-bottom" pants by the way the hems spread.
Now that we know that "flared pants" is the general term for pants with a wider hem, what is the difference between "bootcut" and "bell bottom" pants?
The difference between the two is The degree of hem spread is the hem spread.
The difference is simply explained as follows
- Slightly wider hem = boot cut
- Boldly widened hem = bell-bottom
Compared to bell-bottoms, bootcut jeans have a more gradual spread at the hem.
Recently, bootcut jeans with a longer length, almost straight, have been attracting attention and have been shown at high-brand fashion shows.
As you can see in the photo, bell-bottoms have a considerably wider hem.
Compared to bootcut, they have a much more impactful look, and the silhouette when worn is more glamorous.
Which hem-spread pants are your favorite?
The following is a brief summary of this article.
- Bootcut" originated with cowboys
- From the late 1990s to the early 2000s, "boot cut" pants were all the rage
- Recently, pants with a wider hem are called "flared pants
- Bootcut" and "bell-bottom" pants are also a type of "flared pants
- Boot-cut pants and bell-bottom pants can be distinguished by their hem spread
- Boot-cut pants have a wider hem than bell-bottom pants.
The main appeal of pants with a wide hem is that they The major appeal of spread-hem pants is that they can make legs look longer and more stylish.
Even if you are not confident about your silhouette below the knees or across your legs, wide-leg pants can cover your body shape and make you look stylish.
BOBSON Online Store also offers jeans with a wider hem.
Please find your favorite one!
Features of BOBSON bootcut and bell-bottom jeans
BOBSON online store also offers flared jeans.
Each pair of jeans is made by craftsmen, and every thread and detail of the fabric and accessories are carefully considered. Please allow us to introduce them to you.
Bobson's boot cut jeans are a modern version of the shoe cut jeans.
The shoe-cut design is easy to match not only with boots but also with sneakers. While boot-cut jeans are narrow around the knees and spread out to the hems, the knees are not narrowed and the hems flare out slightly, just like straight jeans.
The unique silhouette of the shoe cut makes it easy to match the same coordinates as a straight leg, and creates a more unique silhouette than a straight leg.
You can easily try a more advanced silhouette and expect a leg-lengthening effect.
Bobson's shoe-cut jeans shine with the used finish that craftsmen create one by one.
The colors are vintage-inspired, casual - Used color and slightly used color.
Indigo color is a slightly darker color for a more elegant look.
They also add a range of coordination options.
These jeans have a feature that inexpensive jeans don't have.
The shaving process is a process that reproduces the vintage wear creases (whiskers).
The secret to the luxurious look of Bobson jeans is the multiple layers of work that go into the shaving process.
The natural connection of the shaving process to the sides is a sign of a high quality product.
The shaving process is done by rubbing an uneven urethane sponge called a mustache mold inside with sandpaper or a polishing machine to reproduce an old-fashioned look.
The back pockets and fronts have whiskers between the back pockets and the fronts.
The normal front mustache is also made to look three-dimensionally natural by making the unevenness of the mold gentle.
The craftsman's skill shines through in the unevenness of just one millimeter of the urethane mold!
Two-point shaving technique that makes the legs look slender
Look at the shaving process that reproduces the rubbing of the thighs. Can you see that the color has faded intensively in the upper and lower areas?
This is actually a shaving technique that makes the legs look thinner.
The eye is drawn to the intensively faded points, and the legs look thinner. By creating points at the top and bottom and connecting them with thin shaving, we have reproduced a natural vintage look without making the front leg part stand out.
Freehand technique that is rare and possible even among craftsmen in the world.
We have already mentioned the shaving technique, but in fact, an amazing technique that makes it look even more three-dimensional, the freehand technique, is used.
If you look closely at the beard, you will notice that there is a strong white area.
This is because the craftsman draws the strength of the beard one by one, just like painting with chemicals.
Jeans craftsmen in Okayama use a device to make them look three-dimensional even in the shaving process, but in order to make them look even more used, they express shading with chemicals by freehand.
Among craftsmen, freehand is a technique that can only be achieved by those who have an artistic sense, are familiar with the color fading of jeans, and are true jeans lovers.
Craftsmen who can do freehand cannot be found anywhere in the world.
It is said that only the Japanese, who cherish the good old days and feel an artistic sense of change over time, and who have good dexterity with their hands, can reproduce this exquisite vintage touch.
The human body is made up of curves.
We would be happy if you could feel the whiskers created by craftsmen that fade gently in the image of the human body's structure.
- Bell Bottom Jeans
The bell-bottom style was introduced to Japan by Bobson.
It is said to be the founder of the Japanese bell-bottom.
Bobson revived the bellbottom in a unisex version.
Both one-wash and vintage bellbottoms are very popular, and some customers buy several pairs in different colors and sizes.
They also have the same real vintage finish as the bootcut, and we chose a fabric with a slub yarn Okayama denim that easily gives a vintage look and a slight sheen that gives them a luxurious feel.
With the most beautiful silhouette design, the pocket position and size have been calculated based on years of silhouette data. Stress-free tension at the knees, which are slimmed by moderate stretch.
The waist is interlined to increase strength, preventing the fabric from stretching, and the rivets and kan-nui are designed to improve both design and strength, making it a garment that can stay with you for a long time. It is designed to be a long-lasting companion for life.
Shoe-cut and bell-bottoms are both advanced fashion items that are one step above the rest.
One pair of jeans can make a difference, so please enjoy the high quality jeans from Bobson Online Shop. Please enjoy your fashion with a pair of high quality jeans from Bobson Online Shop.