The fashion industry is growing to become one of the biggest and fashion is slowly becoming an integral part of our daily lives. And that is why we need to keep up with the trend and times as things are changing every day. Your style can never be complete nor can your wardrobe be accurate without a pair of denim, be it shorts, jackets, or trousers. I will focus on trousers today and explain the different denim jeans we have.
Straight-fit jeans: Let’s start simple. Straight-fit jeans are exactly what they sound like: The silhouette runs straight from the hips down through the legs. Straight jeans are just right: the fit is not too tight and not too relaxed, and the mid-rise is generally not too high, not too low. Sometimes you’ll see brands calling this fit a “regular straight” or “classic straight.” If you're looking for advanced stats, straight-leg jeans tend to have leg openings that measure about eight inches across. If you really aren't sure what you're looking for, this is a good starting point for figuring out your body type and ultimately how you want your jeans to fit.
Slim Taper Jeans: The slim taper is trim through the thighs and has a narrow leg— it's the last stop before diving into full-on skinny jeans land. (However, if you have larger legs, these are slim jeans.) Slim-fit jeans are often low rise and sit at or below the hips.
To be continued...