Posted on September 25 2013
It took us a while to get there, and there are still some of us that don't feel comfortable wearing them or simply just don't look their best with skinny jeans on (and that's OK!), but for those of you who are just plain stubborn and don't want to try something new, this is for you.
Let's move past skinny jeans, please.
I'm not telling you to go immediately run to your closet to throw all of your skinnies away, all I am saying is, let's add some variety, think outside the box, broaden your horizon. You get the point.
I can't think of a single jean fit/style that isn't IN style. Right now, we have the luxury to choose from skinny, flare, straight, bootcut, high-waisted, mid-rise, low-rise, distressed, crop, capri, rolled, bell bottoms... they are alllllllllll good! Choose what is right for you. If you don't know, come ask us. Really, we WANT to make you look good. It's what we do.
We have a variety of jeans that will fit any body-type so we put three different jean brands/fits on three different body types to demonstrate that YOU can move beyond skinny jeans and into the flare world.
Karina: Karina is a shorty. She's a mother to an adorable little toddler and has a little curve to her and isn't ashamed of it. Because she is on the shorter spectrum, we put the Hudson Signature Bootcut on her and look how chic she looks! I know that skinny jeans are easy to move in but basically shows you that you can still be an active momma with flares on. She also proves that the shorter gals can wear flares- just look for the bootcuts- they are made for you!
Erica: Erica is average height so she can basically get away with anything- lucky girl. Because she has skinny legs and had an oversized top and jacket on, we wanted to elongate her look with Mother Denim's Runaway bootcut. Look at those legs!
Me: Because I am ridiculously (and almost freakishly) tall, I wore the J Brand Martini style because I wanted a little bell-bottom in my life. This style isn't limited to tall women. Shorter women can rock this look; they just need to get their jeans shortened- bagginess in jeans is what causes shorter women to look shorter, so alter that stuff! A heel or a wedge doesn't hurt either to lift you up.