Jeans, or pants that are made from denim material, is a fashion staple that should always be present in your wardrobe. It was originally designed as work clothes for cowboys but it has evolved into different cuts and designs that can be suited for stylish casual attires. There are five different cuts of jeans that women can choose from depending on their body type and personal taste for fashion. These include straight, boot-cut, flare, bell bottom and skinny jeans.
Straight jeans have a classic cut that go straight from the waist down and slims down through the ankles and the bottoms. Boot-cut, flares and bell bottom jeans can be easily confused with each other as they all have similar characteristics of being worn below the waist or around the hip level, fitted or slim from waist to thigh area and widens from the knee down. Their differences lie in the width of their bottoms.
The boot-cut jeans have the smallest width among the three, followed by the flare, and the bell bottom, which was popular in the 70’s, having the widest leg room. Lastly, the Skinny jeans which have been quite popular in the recent years are fitted jeans that hug the body from the waist down to the ankles. They are slim fit pants that women with perfectly shaped bodies usually go for.