10 Different types of Jeans

Hello Readers !!! Happy 2020. This is the very first blog of this year and talking about a very common outfit, i.e. ‘Jeans’. I love to have a good collection of jeans and everyone loves to. To be fashionable, trendy and versatile with your outfits, you can not wear the same type of jeans all the time. You need to add its different styles to your wardrobe.

So Girls, here you go with 10 different styles. Go through this list to know, which one you already have and which one you need to purchase.

1.Skinny Jeans

skinny jeans

Skinny jeans are very common and evergreen as it goes with most of the top outfit. They are leg-hugging and good for a slim look. Talking about comfort, it is super comfortable as the fabrics are soft and stretchable and it doesn’t bother leg movement at all.

2.High-waist

high-waist

Some people think that high-waist jeans are old-fashioned and outdated. But it is not so because they are back in fashion and absolutely loved by women. Its waistline is above the belly button and the rest of the length and fitting varies that resembles other types of jeans. This one id best pick to pair with a crop top and the one which you want to tuck in.

3.Low-waist

low-waist

Low-waist jeans are not so trendy, but you should know about it. You may like it. I, personally am not fond of it. Its waistline starts 3-4 inches below the belly button. If you have a good body figure, abs and all, you can wear it with crop tops to flaunt your body.

4.Boyfriend jeans

Boyfreind jeans

Boyfriend Jeans??? No No… you don’t have to take your boyfriend’s jeans. It is named as so because of its loose and baggy pattern. It fights tightly on your waist and rest parts are loose and quite comfortable. It’s trending nowadays. Most of the celebs love to wear it for airport look and casual day out.

5.Flared Jeans

Flared

Flared jeans were out of the market and you will spot actresses in this in ’80s films. But Ta…da, they’re back again and ruling the fashion weeks and events. This fits tightly from hips to the knee and flared from the knee to toe. Pair it with an off-shoulder top, tube top, turtleneck top that fits you well and you are ready.

6.Ripped

Ripped

Ripped jeans are not torn out of overuse. They are in fashion nowadays and people are loving it. They are ripped on knees, thighs or all over the leg and give a quite funky and cool look.

7.Cigarette Jeans

Cigeratte jeans

Cigarette jeans are a bit looser than skinny ones. Its length is 2-4 inches above the ankle. They go best with boots.

8.Wide-leg

wide-leg

Wide-leged is different from flared jeans. Flared ones are fit on thighs but it is flared from the very beginning. Generally, they are high-waisted and looks good in a darker color. Pair it up with flat footwear or sneakers.

9.Crop Jeans

Crop jeans

This one can be skinny, boyfriend, ripped or others but the specialty is its length. It is cropped at the end and ends 5-6 inches above the ankle. It looks best when it fits you perfectly like skinny jeans. You can wear heels, wedges, boots, and sneakers with it.

10.Straight Jeans

Straight jeans

These are neither too fit not too loose. They are between skinny and boyfriend jeans. Their width is the same from thigh to ankle. They on hips and a bit lose on all over the leg. People find it quite comfortable.

Also read: Denim dress that boosts your style

Divyani Shree

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