Twelve cool jeans to buy right now. #getshopping.

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A wardrobe essential.
But oh la la what to buy?
Get out of the foetal position.
Breathe into a paper bag. Good.
Here’s a tip.
You need to try on A LOT of jeans to find out what works.
So have a gin and tonic, grab your wallet, pull on your flat shoes and hit the FiFi Report/shops.
Here’s the thing: it all depends on your shape and the cut of the jeans.
The good news? High rise jeans are back.
Good because when jeans sit higher on your hips they hike up the butt. Yes, even yours.
No more whale tail when you bend over. #thankgod.
The high rise skinny is moving up on the groove richter scale.  So are flares. And loose boyfriend jeans.
Buy now to get seasons of wear.
Go for jeans that are cropped short to see your boots and ankles (see here last week).
Flares also look great long and wide with wedges peeking out.
Another tip with flares: Remember if you cut them shorter the width of the flare dramatically shrinks so that the flare is just right with a more subtle kick out.
Personally my pick would be the the Alexa Chung for AG Jeans. #LOVE.
So what about ripped jeans? Feel free but I suggest to always wear with heels.
Overly shredded = fashion victim.
I suggest a pale, faded wash but if you prefer dark denim go for it. Because it’s very flattering.
It’s about finding a style that makes you feel and look fabulous.
Because isn’t that what fashion is all about?
Get shopping!
All street style pics from FiFiReportPinterest

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Shopping list:
Sass and Bide, General pants, Alexa for AG, Just jeans.
SABA,  Seed, French Connection, Jeanswest
Tuchuzy, Net a porter, DJ’s and Gap

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1 Comment

  1. Amalia

    May 24, 2015 at 12:26 pm

    I can’t find cropped flared jeans anywhere in store…(the loose kind) when I described them to sales assistants they just stared back blank faced and bewildered.