Skinny jeans are always a go-to choice for creating easy modern silhouettes, but sometimes that skinny fit is just a little too restrictive for most people's tastes. So how do you get that close-cut look without feeling uncomfortable and all kinds of squashed? Relaxed Skinny Jeans are an option that few people know about, and we're here to let you in on the style secret.
The trick is to offset the close cut at the lower leg with slightly more room at the thigh, so you get a slightly tapered skinny fit that'll allow you to move with total ease. Get the look and bonus style points with a pair of relaxed skinny jeans with either subtle or heavy abrasions. Go for light distressing at the thigh or go all out with heavily ripped knees and worn-in details.
Crank up the new-season nods by investing in a pair of relaxed skinny jeans with additional zip features carefully placed at the thighs and hems. Hardware is huge this season, and zipped jeans are a great way to tap into that laid-back biker style that's dominating. Look for asymmetric applications for extra points. So anyone can create streamlined, modern looks without compromising their comfort. Invest in a pair of expertly crafted skinny jeans with a little more room at the thigh and you can get that skinny look and be able to sit down without wincing. Just add a varsity-style bomber and a checked shirt for relaxed casuals that keep your look firmly in the moment.
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