It’s All In Your Jeans


All you need is love, but a great pair of jeans never hurts!!!

Jeans are the most essential part of anyone’s wardrobe. It is that one piece of clothing that everyone loves no matter from which cultural or social background they belong. Their love for jeans remains constant. The main reason why everyone loves to wear jeans is because of the perfect fit and comfort. The best part is they can be paired up with anything; shirts, tops, crop tops, Kurtis, etc. they go with literally everything. You can wear them anywhere, from running errands to working, coffee dates, or movies with friends, you are all sorted.


The options in jeans have evolved up to a great extend. There is a huge variety available in different fits, styles, materials, and colors. Depending on the body type and personal preferences, there is a few classic jeans option available that everyone must own.

Straight Fit

This is the most classical style of jeans, straight in shape which goes down to the ankles. They are perfect for all body types, look fashionable and chic. They can be worn to work with any stylish shirt and a blazer or with any tee-shirt and sneakers for any casual meet-up with friends.

Skinny Fit

Skinny jeans fit your body from the waist to the ankle, consist of stretchy material which makes them comfortable to wear allowing you to move freely. They are the best option for showing off your toned legs. Go for a dark wash for an added slimming effect. Pair them with heels and a shirt and you are good to go.

Slim Fit

Slim fit is the style somewhere in between straight fit and skinny fit, trying to find that perfect balance between the both. It’s comfortable to wear and looks very sophisticated.

Relaxed Fit

As the name suggests, they are the most comfortable style in jeans. It is fitted around the waist and loosens towards the legs giving it a baggy cut. It is perfect for any body type. It offers maximum comfort, yet manages to look super stylish. Pair them with a blouse or a tee shirt, heels or flats, mix and match with anything you like.


Flared Jeans

Flared jeans fit around the waist, but flare out from the knees towards the ankle opening wide. It brings the old fashion back in today’s time, giving it a vintage look. It’s such a flattering style for anyone but particularly looks awesome for women with narrow hips and broader shoulders.

Boot-Cut Jeans

Boot-cut jeans are very versatile that can be carried off with anything you prefer. They are usually narrow around the thighs and widen towards from the knees to the ankles, creating a lean structure. It looks quite amazing for all body types.

Apart from choosing the styles and fit, there are other things as well to look out for. Jeans are available in a wide range of variety these days, from colors, look and the high, mid and low rise.

High rise is the ones that sit on or just above the belly button area. It is good for creating an effect of longer legs. Mid-rise sits just right at your hips, just below your belly button, and is considered the most favorite style. Low rise is the ones sitting a few inches below the belly button. These are best suited for casual gatherings.

There are several types of washing these days to give the jeans a worn-out look. It is done during the manufacturing stage to give it the desired shade, patterns, and faded looks. The dark wash is usually the dark blue shade of jeans. The light wash is usually the faded, light blue shade. The medium wash is somewhere between light and dark wash with bits of fading appearance giving it a softer look.

Then there are the classic and bold black and white pairs of jeans. White jeans can be paired with any dark-colored top and blazer, and Black jeans can be simply paired with anything trendy available in your closet. It will always look undoubtedly chic and classy.

Jeans can be your favorite go-to pants, so find the one that fits perfectly and is super comfy for you. Opt for some trendy styles that suit best for your body type and make you look trendy, fashionable, and super stylish.


-All the images are from Google.

By Siddie F. Kay

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