I don't think I'll ever give up my boot cut jeans. I was glad to see the bells come back in the 1990's. Seems they're still wearing em...What do ya think about those skinny jeans? I couldn't bring myself to wear em, too dang old. As long as they don't start pushing the 'tapered fit' again. I never liked those. So what about you guys? You still wearing bells and boot cuts?
Eh who cares if they are "way out" as you said? They are comfy and I will wear them no matter what
Boot cut jeans all the way! No other jeans seem to fit right so I won't ever give up my boot cuts
I wore them for a short time in the 70's. That was enough for one lifetime.
Wow! Alice Cooper - brings back memories . . .
I prefer the boot cut myself. I think they're so much more flattering than bells. And yeah, once they start shoving a new fashion it's really hard to find the stuff you like
I just hope low-cut jeans go out quickly. Waists are creeping up again thankfully, especially for those of us over 50.
I can wear some low-cut, even at my age. BUT, I'm particular about what shirt I wear with em. They aren't as flattering as mid-rise.
Personally I think the really low-cut pants look slutty - especially when some girls let their flab hang over the top - ick
Oh yeah!!! I know whatcha mean there...that's why I am particular about the shirt I wear with em. Actually, you might call mine semi-low cuts but they aren't the majority population in my jean drawer.
I can't wear low cut jeans. No matter what top I wear, I still feel like my lower back is completely exposed.
I think boot cut makes your legs look longer,flares aren't flattering on me.
I like my boot cuts and my skinnys but I hate the low rise. Macy's has a line of Levi's called "Perfect Fit" jeans and they come up just above the hips - I love them and for $28.00, I could afford them
This sounds like a great deal! I wish we had a Macy's around here! I've found the NYDJ (Not Your Daughters Jeans) to fit really well. they are waist high, fitting right at or below the belly button. They suck you in. It's a flattering fit for us over 50 gang, though they are pricey: About $99 at Dillard's. I usually get mine for less than half that on Ebay. Just measure yourself well compared to a good fitting pair before you bid. They usually give measurements listed on the auction. I love em and they're comfy!
I've looked at the NYDJ jeans and they are nice. I'm sure if you did a google search for the Levi Perfect fit, you'd find them at Dillards & other stores. Plus they come is 4 or 5 different washes. I love that my tummy is tucked back into my jeans.
i wear slutty, super low levi's.
and hey, i have a bubble butt, high cut pants just don't really work with my butt...
plus, its only comfy at hip-level, or lower.
and i wear boot cut OR flare, they even out my shapely rear.
but after doing yoga for some time now i can also wear straight legs fine too.
low rise pants! FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, lets define 'flare'. Flare is NOT used to describe bellbottoms or bootcut or straight cuts. They all describe the circumference of the hem of pants but in varying degrees. It goes from:
I am all for most styles that are a bit risque in a haute couture kind of way. Super low slung jeans can be okay in certain contexts. For any woman over the age of 35 or all men, NO!
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