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FASHION VALUE CHAIN

There’s nothing out there quite as comfortable and durable as a good pair of jeans. For women, however, quality jeans aren’t always in the picture. With so many different types of leggings, skirts, dresses, and slacks to choose from, a lot of women don’t have a good pair of jeans in their entire wardrobe. If you’re a jeans gal, this might be hard to grasp, but it’s certainly true. If you aren’t a jeans gal and are wondering what all the fuss is about, here are five different styles of jeans that will help you break up your normal wardrobe with a splash of classic style.

1. Skinny Jeans

Made from a wide range of materials, from cotton and poly to blended fabrics, skinny jeans are ideal for any woman’s wardrobe. Everyone has those days when they just want to look their best. Whether for a date, a job interview or just because you like feeling confident when going to the grocery store, skinny jeans can certainly help. The tapered shape offers a very slimming look, though they’re not skin-tight like leggings so are more comfortable. They’re also very flattering in the rear, making them a true favorite.

2. Denim

Denim. Enough said. Now, on to #3 on the list. In all seriousness, when it comes to women’s jeans, denim is the most popular material used. While some may argue that denim is a type of fabric and not necessarily a style, denim aficionados would disagree. Denim is a style all on its own, whether it’s used for those skinny jeans above or any other style. That’s because nothing is comparable to denim jeans. Classic, rugged, durable, and always comfortable, denim goes with anything and makes a statement. The fabric type is the style.

3. Straight Leg

This style is very similar to skinny jeans, though it also has some big differences. One of the differences is that the straight leg style enhances your rear end. The straight cut gives your rear the same effect as a good pair of leggings. They also follow the natural contour of your legs. For instance, if you want to accentuate your shape instead of masking it, then a straight-leg cut pair of jeans is the way to go. It’s also a very popular cut, so the sky’s the limit when it comes to finding the color, fabric, and exact style that suits your tastes.

4. Jeggings

There are quite a few major benefits to wearing a pair of jeggings, and one of the biggest is that you’re going to look like a million bucks in these jeans. Jeggings are a cross between leggings and blue jeans, and you do get the best of both worlds here. You get all the comfort and flexibility that comes with leggings, with getting the durability and accentuation of blue jeans. Basic leggings, really squeeze the body into a certain shape, and this can highlight some things you don’t want others to see. You know exactly what that means if you wear leggings. Jeggings will hide this while still giving you a dynamic shape to show off.

5. Flared Jeans

The cool thing about flared jeans is that they give you a different sense of epic style regardless of what sort of footwear you have on. Like bootcut jeans, they will easily cover boots. However, the flare is right at the ankle, so you can also wear heels with these jeans and look amazing. Even if you were going for something like a summer loafer, the flare makes things stand out. You can find these jeans in the king of all materials, denim; or you can also find a variety of blended fabrics. They flare out for effect but aren’t like bell bottoms. They just make your style pop and sing.

In Conclusion

Most women out there do own jeans, or at least they know of jeans. It’s a small minority of women who don’t have jeans in their wardrobe. Though regardless of whether you do or don’t, you can always incorporate more styles of jeans into your wardrobe to expand it.