The first search result I encountered when I typed ‘blue jeans and white t-shirt’ into the Google search engine was the song ‘Blue Jeans’ by Lana Del Rey: “Blue jeans, White shirt; Walked into the room you know you made my eyes burn; It was like James Dean, for sure You so fresh to death & sick as ca-cancer.” The lyrics describe a bad boy who eventually breaks the girl’s heart. She describes him as ‘getting caught up in the game’ and ‘chasing paper’ while trying to give them both a chance for a better life: again, a boy from the wrong side of the tracks who is trying to make good. Throughout the song, however, we just believe the boy is trouble: “Big dreams, Gangster- Said you had to leave to start your life over.” Del Rey is pining after him, begging him to stay in every lead and chorus. Only until the ending of the lyrics we find that the boy is only misunderstood: “Just want it like before, we were dancing all night. Then they took you away, stole you out of my life.” And of course, the only image we have of him is wearing blue jeans and a white t-shirt.