It seems lots of folks are unenthusiastic about the early-2000s jean trend coming back around. Naturally, they expressed their dissatisfaction on Twitter.
Suddenly feeling pessimistic about 2019 https://t.co/XGzFpLPFaj— Katie Roof (@Katie_Roof) December 3, 2018
boot cut jeans are not even cut in the shape of a boot????? they are cut in the shapes of ugly legs— toni (@4apfelmus) December 3, 2018
Bootcut jeans or sex. You can't have both. pic.twitter.com/FlfnvXFesq— hoskas (@hoskas) December 3, 2018
ladies imagine ur #1 ideal man. now imagine ur #2 ideal man. ur #45 ideal man. none of them are wearing bootcut jeans are they— jake (@callmeshitto) December 3, 2018
There is simply no place for boot cut jeans in this world— Liam Milner (@overpoe69) December 3, 2018
Even the model posing in the jeans doesn’t look too psyched.
this poor guy does not look happy about wearing bootcut jeans pic.twitter.com/8Txp3Img6u— annie black (@helloannieblack) December 3, 2018
Twitter user @Lexilo asserted the pants in question weren’t bootcut jeans at all.
These are definitely flare jeans these are not boot cut jeans the ppl of Texas will not take this slander https://t.co/XIl8LftDGy— Alexa (@Lexilo) December 3, 2018
And one person asked if the post was tweeted by boot cut jeans.
did a bootcut jean tweet this https://t.co/BuRc4Hu38V— Matt Ellentuck (@mellentuck) December 3, 2018
According to GQ, Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia featured bootcut jeans in the brand’s spring lookbook. Men are wearing more adventurous pants in 2018, the article states, experimenting with “wavy pleated trousers” and “contemporary cargo pants.” So the question is: Are men and women really ready for boot cut jeans?
Twitter says a resounding “no.”
Bootcut jeans are making a comeback pic.twitter.com/Rrlw22Pb5J— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) December 3, 2018
Finally. pic.twitter.com/2KwEjlu9WS— Drew (@drewgatlin) December 3, 2018
Yeah votes are in pic.twitter.com/noa4PSbhhR— Grouch God (@Micboneks) December 3, 2018