What style or fit in jeans do you like and why?
Boot cut, flare, low rise, stretch.
All of the above! Boot cut makes my legs look longer, Low rise enhance by back side, stretch also enhance my back side, and flare are great for days when I just want to be comfortable.
I love them all for a variety of reasons!
1. Bootcut - gives a longer look while keeping a lean look along the legs
2. Flare - give a neater appearance for those days that you are feeling
"bloated" and need more space in the thigh area, these also give a heel a
bit more "splash" and look nicer for dressier looks
3. Low rise - are a bit sexier with the peek-a-boo belly tops and also keep
away that "belly button" protrusion that a higher rise jean will give.
4. All quality jeans should have a bit of stretch or give to them to help with the
durability and the maintaining of the shape of the cut. In addition, we LOVE
the stretch on those busy days!
AND I love them because I SELL Vault Denim jeans and jeans are my "thing!"
I like them all but prefer a little flare on the bottom and back pockets to be placed very low down and low rise. I like them tight and stretchy is always nice but not always. Not so much into the boot cut and I do like the skinny jean with boots.
by 2sshoes7 years ago
by 2sshoes7 years ago
I really don't wear them as I'm overweight and not a tight fitter. What I do abhor is males wearing them and sagging them (off their rear) on top of that!
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by kenjidynomite8 years ago
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