The skinny on skinny jeans!!

Women are always trying to find  a way to make their legs look long, lean, tone, and sexy. We usually do this by wearing a pear of shorts or capri pants with a great heel or pump. Well, now there is a way to make your legs look great with pants on. Skinny jeans are it! For those of you who do not know what skinny jeans are, they are jeans that are worn tight from the top to the bottom. There is no flare at the bottom of the jean. Instead, the are tight around the ankle.

You can wear them with heels or you can wear them with a great flat. They come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. By shapes I am referring to the fact that some skinny jeans bunch at the bottom, some have zippers at the bottom, and some have buttins at the bottom. The key thing about the jean is the fact that they are tight, not only through the leg, but at the bottom where your ankles are as well. The great thing about skinny jeans is that you can easily put a pair of great boots on top of them. With regular flare jeans you have to push all the excess jean into the boot in order to wear the boot on top of your pants.  Then you have all the excess jean hanging out and it looks weird, bit with skinny jeans you don’t have that problem. You can just slip the boot over the jean. Their like tights but jeans instead. They make your legs and thighs look great while being fashionable. Also, you can wear them with just about anything.  They are very easy to find because you can get them at any clothing store.

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~ by misschrisssays on December 7, 2009.

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