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Different Styles of Jeans to Wear Throughout the Year
Jeans are trousers that are made of denim or other cotton fabric. Jeans are considered informal wear. When it comes to wearing jeans there are several different kinds to choose from. You have high rise jeans, low rise jeans, mid-rise jeans. You can also find straight-leg jeans, straight-cut jeans, slim-cut jeans, boot-cut jeans, flare-leg jeans, wide-leg jeans, boyfriend jeans, cropped jeans, and the very trendy and popular skinny jeans.
Just because jeans are considered casual wear doesn't mean you can't dress it up a bit if you prefer to. By adding a more formal blouse or top and dressy belt and shoes and even the accessories like earrings and the style of bag can help take your look from a casual look to a more dressy look.
Jeans are great for the fall, winter and spring and maybe possibly summer depending on the weight of the jeans. But during the fall, winter and spring you can experiment with different styles and cuts of jeans. You can try different shades of blue jeans. You can wear black jeans and not worry about wearing black since it's so cold outside during the winter months chances are you will be layered up anyways.
Jeans are great when you don't want to get all dolled up. So with jeans if you don't feel like dressing it up you can wear sneakers/trainers. Or a really cute pair of flats or slides during the spring and fall season. Anything that makes you feel laid back and comfortable you can throw on with a pair of jeans. You can still look very well put together while wearing ripped jeans or frayed hem jeans or really any style or cut of jeans.
If you're one of those people that live in jeans during the fall, winter and spring season then this post is for you. If you are looking to add to your current jean collection or upgrade your jean collection then this post is for you as well. Below are different styles of jeans that you can wear now during the fall season and throughout the year during the winter, spring and maybe even summer. To learn more about each jean look below click on each picture which will take you to the retailer that sells the jean look and there you can browse around for other jean looks.