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Thursday, September 1, 2011
"I wish i had invented blue jeans. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal and simplicity - all i hope for in my clothes -YVES SAINT LAURENT.

Everyone owns at least one pair of jeans. I'm sure even Lady Gaga owns at least one pair :-) Some see them as a way of life , while others regard them as just a simple fashion trend that never seems to go out of style. There are so many different styles of jeans and each require their own shoes that "sets them off". Today i will be looking at three types. The skinny jeans, bell bottom jeans and the straight leg jeans.


The Skinny Jeans





















This trend hit us somewhere around late 2004. When wearing these jeans, make they aren't "scrunched" at your ankles ( especially if you are short like me). It would be a good idea to get them tailored!





SHOES

Heels . Any pair of heels will do fine. They will add length to your legs , make them look skinny and add a hint of sex appeal :-)

 


Bell Bottom Jeans

This was a popular style in the 70's and was able to make a come back in the late 90's and then again in the Millennium. Tip : "leave them long". Asin , don't get them tailored. However , if you find that they drag on the ground when you walk , simply cuff them under a bit.

 




SHOES

Chunky platform heels or wedges. As for wedges , it can be open as well as closed toes. The point is to create "height".






Straight Leg Jeans

Is this like "skinny jeans"? Yes and No. They are NOT as close fitting as skinny jeans , but the legs go straight down and they are not as tight around the ankles. If you are not bold enough to wear skinny jeans. These will be a great alternative. I promise you :-)

 


Shoes

Like the skinny jeans , they can be worn with heels or even flats. If you want to be bold , you may try them with boots. Please make sure the boots go up to your knees. They just look better:-)



As I've mentioned earlier, there are sooo many styles of jeans today. however, i just chose 3 of the most popular ones. These are also my "go to" pieces.
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