Lucky Enough for you all I don’t mind sharing the deets to that amazing steal that I picked up at H&M during my trip to NYC! <3 Is cute, fun, flirty, but moderate enough that you could get away with is at work if paired with the right shoes and minimal accessories. You get all of that for only $14.99! Talk about bang for your buck. And I can’t wait to pair it with tights and boots for the winter. Or flats and an oversized hat this fall, maybe even with a faux fur vest?!. Oh the possibilities! 🙂
But WAIT! This little number is the gift that keeps on giving, because H&M did and entire line of clothes with that pretty little print. Yep you heard me right all the way from wrap dresses to pants for expecting moms; everything comes in a size 2-16 and it reasonable priced between $15 to $35! I put the details of the entire line below. Because I love you <3 😉 Lol. Check it out:
Over 5 Styles Below:
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Okay Dolls there are several terms are used to describe the fit of a jean and sometimes it gets a little confusing, Right?!. Like what is the difference between a flare and a trouser jean? Is a flare and bell bottom the same jean? So forth and so on… Most of jean terminology is based on descriptions given by the manufacturers, but occasionally they relate to the jeans measurements:
Wide leg: This style is usually wider in the knee and the leg opening which makes it a slightly more relaxed fit through the legs. They usually have at least a 22″ leg opening. Wide leg jeans are a comfortable style that will look chic worn with flats or heels. It’s also a good choice for balancing out larger hips and thighs. Trouser jeans are the dressier version of this style that can be worn to work.
Flare Leg: The biggest difference between a wide leg and a flare leg is that a flare leg is narrower at the knee. Visually, there is a much bigger difference in the knee and leg given the “flare” effect. Flare leg jeans have at least a 20″ leg opening and are also referred to as bell bottoms.
Take a look at over 50 ways you can style any of these leg-lengthening 70s style jeans for the upcoming trends of Fall. Flare leg jeans aren’t just for casual Friday anymore, they are back and better:
I bought a trouser fit jean and I can’t wait to style it for the fall! Show us how you style your flare, bell bottom, and wide leg jeans on Instagram with the hashtag #SophisticatedPoser for a chance to be featured on our Instagram!
Information extracted from: http://www.thedenimshop.com/fit-terminology.html for your reading pleasure.
I am so obsessed with the forecasted fall trends this year! I have carefully laid out every trend that you will want to copy and paste straight into your closet:
- Lace Up Heels. I honesty can’t pick a favorite trend because I am in love with all of them right now, but lace up heels are somewhere close to the top of my list! <3 Sexy and sleek. Perfect for a minimizer to wear with a tee and skinny jeans.
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