Well, who doesn’t ?! The originally blue trousers, developed for gold diggers and workers, have enjoyed an incomparable triumph in our wardrobes – no end in sight. On the contrary: the invention of trousers, which its founding fathers, Levi Strauss (from Bamberg, Germany) and Jacob Davis patented, celebrates its 150th birthday in 3 years. Until then, the versatile trousers in all fits, cuts, designs and colors will surely move across a lot of catwalks. And since the designers are always coming up with new names for the different fits and cuts, I would like to bring some light on the jeans name jungle today. For reasons of space, I cannot list all of them with their cut details here, but I can give an overview.
These Jeans fit
They differ mainly in how high the stretch percentage is.
|Skinny, Super Skinny, Young Skinny Slim Fit, Super Slim Fit, „Tube“, Feminin Skinny, Regular Slim, Regular Fit, Straight Jeans, Straight Fit, French Cut, Push up.||For all, who want to accentuate the figur. Also Curvy Model, Manuela Schneider with German size 44/46 looks simply great in her destroyed Regular Slim Fit Jeans!|
Feel free and most comfortable.
|Feminin Straight, Loose Fit, Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Tapered, Peg Top Pants, Mom Jeans.||This cut flatters any figure. Top Sellers right now: Peg Top Pants and Mom Jeans.|
|JEANS THAT WIDEN ON THE LEG|
There’s always a boot fitting underneath.
|Regular Bootcut, Bootcut, Flared, Marlene, Wide Leg.||The bootcut in particular easily cheats a few pounds away.|
My tip: you can often derive the shape from the mostly English term, such as for example “tapered” = tapered and means that it tapers downwards. In addition to all the beautiful names, about which you hopefully now know a lot more, it is mostly important that it looks good and suits comfortably. Nevertheless, there is still a lot to tell about the cult trousers. So look forward to more articles with me and about JEANS.
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