5 Awesome Ways To Style Jeans.
Jeans are perfect/extremely important in every girl’s clothing for its (many different kinds of people or things) across different body types and (the thing that makes something else complete or perfect) most tops with complete and total ease. They can also be worn in all seasons without any reason, which means they’ll never go out of style! Here are ten ways to carry off your favorite pair of denim; be it for college, work, or a party.
If u are tired of wearing jeans in the same way or thinking about buying a new one. Instead, think of new ways to style them so that they feel like a fresh addition to your spring clothing. The street-style images ahead will provide you with plenty of outfit ideas to do just that. Lets’ discuss 5 awesome ways to style jeans so, your favorite jeans will thank you.
1. Try elastic waist jeans for easy layering.
Let’s be honest: Some of us no longer have any interest in a tight and structured anything that emphasizes a belly bulge — and that includes fly-front jeans. We still love, though, the way our legs look strutting around in jeans under layers of tees and sweaters and jackets. The solution is pull-on jeans (not jeggings).
2. Wear your skinny jeans as ‘leggings’.
Social media says skinnies are dead, so what about the pairs hanging out in our closets? For years, skinnies made women of every size and shape feel “held in,” as well as convinced them that they looked sexy and cool. If you still love that clingy look, rather than putting every bulge and (related to body structure) detail on display, you can pair skinnies with long sweaters or tunic tops and tall-riding style boots. You’ll look “new” and still gain the benefit of firm, stretch denim that fits like a second skin.
3. Pair tops and jeans strategically.
4. Wear a rise that solves your midriff issues.
The rise is the distance from waistband to crotch that decides/figures out where the jean sits on your belly. Never mind what’s trendy. Choose a medium rise if you have a short (middle part of the body) and/or a big bust. The waistband will “sit” at or just below your belly button and extend your midriff enough so that your boobs are not sitting on top of the waistband. Choose a high rise if you have a long (middle part of the body) or enough visible space between your boobs and the top of your jeans. The waistband will sit at your waist or right above your navel and easily tucks in muffin tops. The terms “high-rise” and “mid-rise change/differ from brand to brand, and rises are often measured in inches rather than a clearly stated/particular category. An inch makes a difference. Here are three almost the same jeans with rises that vary proving rise fit is a very individual thing. Find your best rise by measuring a pair of jeans you love and stick with it.
5. Play with washes to vary your look.
Dark-wash jeans with an all-over even tone do have a more “serious” look. It’s why they have been our favored dress-casual look for work and dress-up look for the evening. And the dark wash has a “slimming” bonus, too! This is why as our “good jeans,” they didn’t disappoint. But even if you stick with the same general jeans style, adding new washes can update your look. Skip intensely distressed jeans with rips and tears, though. You can look cool and edgy, without showing a glimpse of your knee or thigh, just by selecting a light wash, a vintage-look “weathered” wash or black jeans instead of the usual dark blue.
Jeans are known for their (ability to do different things equally well) and casual appeal but with a little (ability to create interesting new things), you can dress up your denim and style it in a comfortable way.