Ever since Jeans (denim-trousers) came into existence decades ago, they have been one of the most popular casual wear in the world. Jeans, which are one of the easiest pieces of clothing to wear today, come in different styles and colours.
Bell bottom: These are wide-legged pants which are loose from the knee downwards and fitted tightly around the hips. This style of trousers was worn by both men and women especially during the height of the ‘hippie’ trend in the 70′s.
Boot cut: Boot cut jeans are sometimes known as flare cut, but are less roomy at the ankle. The boot cut is tapered to the knee and is slim in the thigh area but slightly wider from the knee down to the hem in order to accommodate a person’s boots.
Flare cut: Flare cut jeans are similar to boot cut but a little bit tighter and cut wider or flare out from knee down, looking much more bell shaped at the hem. The flare-cut jeans are fitted at the waist down to the leg and pretty roomy at the ankle part. Some say these kind of jeans are never out of style.
Skiinies: Skinny jeans come in many versions; they can be tapered pants, carrot leg pants, ice-cream cone pants, old-school hood jeans and so on. The skinny jean is a slim-fit pair tapered through the end of the ankle. This type usually looks chic on those wearing them, however, they are perfect for people with smaller hips and taller women. The skinny jeans look best with high-heeled shoes..
Straight cut: These are usually cut straight down from the waist making it fit your natural waist, and are slim through the ankles and bottom. The bottom does not flare out, and they usually have a relaxed, slouchy fit. Very nice for a casual day out, and give an effortless chic kind of look.