You Don’t Have To Be A Cowboy…To Wear Jeans!

Boyfriend/Nordstrom Boyfriend/Old navy Skinny/Nordstrom Skinny/Old Navy

Distressed/Nordstroms Distressed/Old Navy Flared/Nordstroms Flared/Old Navy
Living in Oklahoma, jeans are definitely a clothing staple in this state. But, realistically, what states DON’T have jeans as a clothing staple these days. Oklahoma is filled with cowboys, ranchers, and, yes, cowgirls too, where jeans are their “go-to” clothing staple! Now, don’t get me wrong, Levi’s and Wranglers are great resources for jeans and have been around for MANY, MANY years. But, let’s face it, not all of us want to wear Levi’s and Wranglers…well, not everyday….
Check out what’s available in denim for this fall (examples above):
1. Distressed Jeans: Yep, it’s official! You, actually, WANT your jeans to have holes in them. Just be weary that there aren’t more holes than actual jean.
2. Flared Jeans: These are a great option, if you are tall, as well as if you are trying to balance out a pear shape.

3. Boyfriend Jeans: These are meant to be fun, a little bit loose with a “worn out” look to them. Perfect for looking great while running errands!

4. Skinny Jeans: This style is harder to wear and you have to be more particular with your top choices in order to balance proportions appropriately. A more “forgiving” version of this style is the straight leg jean.
Here is the most important thing when it comes to jeans: MAKE SURE THEY FIT! It’s not good to see body parts that you shouldn’t be seeing ( you know what I’m talking about), as well as you don’t want to look like you had to jump off a building to get in to them. The cut needs to fit your body type, as well as the proportion makes sense to your body type.
Jeans are a wardrobe staple that can be used for casual wear, “casual Fridays”, or even dressy (depending on the cut, style, and rinse). There are a variety of ways to wear them, so make purchases that make sense to your lifestyle!
So…don’t delay….find the right pair of jeans for you today!
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