Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Straight fit Jeans

Straight fit Jeans    

Straight jeans narrow below the knee, but aren't skintight. The leg opening is slightly wider than a skinny jean and they have a slightly more relaxed fit.

Regular fit jeans sits straight on the hips and thighs whereas a slim fit fits tightly in comparison. You know what regular fit means. Now hopefully you're clear on the difference between slim fit and regular fit too.

Straight-leg jeans are slim along the leg, but they don't have the tapered ankle that skinny jeans do. This loose ankle means that straight-leg jeans don't fit into booties the way that skinnies do, but they do fall perfectly over them, which looks so chic!Jan 

The simple cut makes them just as versatile as their skinnier sister, if not more so. Neither baggy nor tight, the slim-fit is jean super flattering: loose enough to skim your thighs but not so much that they pool around your ankles. ... Keep scrolling to see how we style straight leg jeans in four different ways.

Boot-cut jeans are denim pants that are tailored straight from waist to the knee and then slightly wider to the ankle. They were influenced by trousers that were worn by sailors in the 1850s which were designed for them so they would allow wearing of the boots without much problem.





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