NEW YORK, Apr 21, 2010 / FW/ — With military-inspired silhouettes as one of the major trends for Summer 2010 and Fall 2010, it is not surprising that flared jeans, a.k.a. bell bottoms and better known as dungarees in the U.S. Navy, are back in style.

Trendspotters in Los Angeles, the epicenter of celebrity jean style, are buzzing about the return of the wide leg as the next big thing and Dish Jeans is at the forefront of the look with a trio of flared styles that accommodate a diverse range of fashion statements.

“Women have been ‘over-skinnied’ so it’s time to freshen the silhouette. It’s nice to see the flare getting its time in the spotlight” says Dish Jeans Creative and Design Director Donald Johannesson.

Dish Jeans offers a 21st Century take on the classic flare jeans with three core styles available at independent retailers throughout North America:

  • Deseray is Dish’s flare for the woman who wants a bit more room in the leg and prefers her denim dark for an extra-slimming look. Cut slightly fuller for a thigh that flatters a wide range of body types, Deseray has a leg opening that measures 21 inches.
  • Jane, Dish’s trouser flare, has a great slimming effect, running leaner in the hips and thighs and widening out from the knees to a fuller flared opening measuring 21 inches. Jane has a pitched waist sitting low on the hips with a slightly raised back.
  • The third of Dish’s fabulous flares is Impala, a super-flattering jean with darting in the back instead of a yoke for a fanny-lifting effect that makes the style a modern version of the disco jean. This sexy style has a 20-inch opening in the leg.

Dish Jeans offers premium denim quality at accessible prices ranging from $88 to $108. Sizes include 24 through 34.

Photos courtesy of Dish Jeans