20 May 2022
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Just like T-Shirts, jeans are the versatile item that coincides in every wardrobe. Although its appearance is related to the need to meet the work of the 19th century miners. XIX, currently follows the catwalks in a diversity of looks that are renewed and inserted in the latest fashion trends.
From more basic sets to more daring combinations, there is a variety of jeans cuts and shapes so you can harmonize your sets in the best way. Thus, we give you the best tips so you can understand which type of jeans best suits your body.
As a first example we have a hit from the 90s. Straight cut pants or straight jeans are the most classic denim that values all types of bodies and legitimizes all silhouettes. It has the same width at the hips and along the legs and that's why it works very well in the most diverse types of bodies. A perfect example of its versatility is that once with the hem folded, it shortens the silhouette, but if worn with a high heel, it helps to elongate it.
Considered one of the most popular jeans in history, with the heyday of rock in the 50s, skinny jeans feature a tight fit and a big presence of elastane. Available in high-rise and mide-rise models, they are typically used on slimmer bodies to help enhance the silhouette of the body. Despite the controversy about being an outdated model or not, the truth is that skinny jeans continue to be an element in every woman's wardrobe, being one of the most versatile and trendy models among jeans.
As they appear as a variant of the skinny ones, the slim ones also feature a tight fit and a large amount of elastane. The difference is in the lower hem as, while the skinny ones adjust along the entire body, the slim ones widen a little from the knees for a more relaxed touch. It is another model that follows the silhouette of the body very well and gives a more sophisticated touch to your look. As in the tailoring universe, slim fits are synonymous with elegance.
Skinny jeans and slim fit are meant to highlight the silhouette and both are good for disguising wide hips.
Well known by the term 'bell-bottom', flare jeans are a model that emerged today, with inspirations from the 70's models. They feature a tight thigh and hip and begin to widen from the knees. It is a model that elongates the silhouette and balances wider thighs and hips, providing a chic, elegant and current look. It matches very well with high heels, with blazers and with more formal models for a more sophisticated look.
With a great presence and mark in the 90s, mom jeans feature a wider fit that then adjusts, parallel, on the leg. It is a stripped-down model widely used in streetwear models and, lately, it has been inserted a lot in more formal and sophisticated styles.
Also known as paperbag or even carrot pants, clochard jeans have certain similarities to mom fit. The great feature that distinguishes them from all other models are the elastic and the belt below the waist that create the feeling of ruffles in the upper hem of the pants. They are a must-have in the contemporary wardrobe as they feature a design that matches all styles and all models.
As opposed to skinny jeans, wide leg pants feature a wider model. It is an intermediate model between the pantalonas and the skinny ones. Synonymous with stripped down, comfy and versatile, they translate into a high-waisted model and wide, straight legs. It matches very well with lighter uppers, such as cropped tops, tops and t-shirts, but also with heavier models such as sweatshirts and long coats.
Finally we have the Boyfriend. They are very popular and are similar to the model of pants normally used in men's fashion, since their modeling is much wider and straighter than traditional jeans. It turns out to be an atypical model, as traditional pants try to model and enhance a woman's curves and boyfriend jeans are intended to create comfortable and casual looks for everyday life. Despite this, this model can also be used in more formal events when combined with high heels and a blazer and looks great.
Denim is one of the only garments that combines the traditional with the modern, hence being a democratic and timeless model, essential in every wardrobe.
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