Most companies allow you to wear your jeans as they are comfortable and you can dress them up with nice blouse or shirt:).
3 Denim Styles to Get Rid of in 2017—And 3 to Buy
From interesting finishes and unconventional cuts to modern, size-inclusive labels, denim is in an exciting place right now. There’s a lot of variety and even more creativity happening in the industry. That said, a good number of denim trends that made baby steps in 2016 will likely hit peak ubiquity in 2017 while others that hit hard (Frankenstein jeans, we’re looking at you) will likely become less prevalent. Here, some ideas if you’re looking to build a better denim wardrobe in the new year.
Pump the Brakes on: Stretchy, Legging-Like Fits
Add to Cart: Rigid, Vintage-Inspired Denim
Following a boom in demand for vintage Levi’s and other old-school jeans, brands like Frame, MiH Jeans, and Khaite (a new label) are releasing their own ultra-stiff, retro-inspired denim. While breaking them in can be a process, the structured fit is a fresh and flattering alternative to the paper-thin stretchy fabric that has dominated shelves for years. Your bum will thank you, trust us.
Pump the Brakes on: Restrtictive Ankle Cuts
Add to Cart: Wide-Leg and Boot-cut Hems
A slim-cut jean will never go out of style but if you’re eager to branch out, 2017 is going to be all about bigger, breezier hems. From ultra-wide legs, cropped flares, ‘70s bells, and modern boot-cut silhouettes, ankle-strangling fits might start to feel downright restrictive in the New Year.
Pump the Brakes on: Cheap and Easy Distressing
Add to Cart: White, Ivory and Sand-Color Jeans
Hard-earned fading is one thing, but we’re tired of the machine-made, dialed-in distressing you see on every other pair of jeans. Next year, break in a pair yourself or go for a deeper, darker wash. Or, for something new entirely, try a pair of jeans in a hard white, not-quite-white, or an earthy tan hue. These neutral-color jeans still go with everything in