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How to Find the Best Skinny Jeans for Your Body Type

  • Posted on December 2, 2015 at 6:58 am

Despite all the buzz about boyfriend jeans, and the recent reemergence of flared jeans, skinny jeans are still an easy go-to—whether you’re dressing down for the weekend or dressing up for a night out on the town. Slim enough to tuck into boots, and polished enough to wear with stiletto heels, skinnies look awesome with everything from a laid-back T-shirt to a silky top. The only question: How do you find the best ones for you?

To answer all of our skinny jeans queries, we enlisted the help of two of our favorite denim gurus: Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. After launching the popular denim line Current/Elliott in 2008, they have since gone on to start The Great, which debuted in 2015. Suffice to say, these girls know a thing or two when it comes to the perfect style and fit of denim.

Read on for their skinny jeans tips.


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A little bit of stretch goes a long way.
“We love a skinny jean that has some stretch for comfort but still has the texture and hand of a real denim jean”

Look for back pockets that are large and low.
“We love the authenticity of bigger, lower pockets that are reminiscent of vintage men’s jeans.”

An ankle crop is the most flattering skinny jean length.
“We find that an ankle length skinny jean is universally flattering—one that hits right above the ankle, that works with both a cropped and tall boot or shows off a statement shoe. Since everyone is different heights, be sure to have your tailor hem it to the perfect length using the original hem.”

Comfort is nonnegotiable.
“Denim should feel great on. It should be the perfect balance of comfort, ease, and personal style. Washes should feel authentic and the hand of the fabric should feel loved.”

Don’t be afraid to be unique.
“While we love everyone from Audrey Hepburn to Carolyn Bisset, we often are inspired by people who have styled a basic pair of skinny jeans to make them their own. We love when people size up for more of a slouchier skinny, when people roll the hem, or show natural fading, holes, or mending with time and wear.”

And as for how these ladies style their skinnies?
“I will pair mine with a cozy cable-knit sweater and camel suede ankle boots,” says Current; while Elliott will wear her skinnies with “vintage hightop Converse and my favorite crewneck sweatshirt.”

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