If you want to sum it up: The leg style of slim jeans is slightly tapered while the leg style of skinny jeans is closely tapered. Slim jeans fit tighter at the seat and thigh while skinny jeans
When we're shopping for new jeans, one of the biggest - if not THE biggest - question is always: Do these jeans really fit me well? We asked the denim experts at BLUER Denim about their suggestions of how to get it right. With years of experience and experimenting,
All of us - and that includes your Denimology team as well - have at one point (or two or three points) wondered about what jeans style or fit would be the best for us at a given moment.
When shopping for jeans, or for that matter - clothes in general - don't you get totally lost when looking at all the options out there? To tell you the truth, we do, and yes, when it comes to denim, as well.
To get straight to the point: Bootcut jeans fit slim through the hip and thigh with a slight flare from knee to ankle while the flare jean have a looser and wider fit.
Continuing our denim break-down from yesterday, another big "how-to" are the wide leg jeans. The question always is whether a wide-leg that is cropped makes you look shorter, or, like. having fatter legs than a