Super Tight Fit Jeans
The History of Skinny Jeans
Skinny jeans as we know and love them now began their takeover of the denim scene in the mid-2000s. Brightly coloured and spray-on styles nodded to the underground punk movement of the 1980s, but gradually moved into more mainstream washes and finishes. Soon, everyone was slipping into a pair of “skinnies.” For women, French fashion editors pioneered the styling of black skinny jeans with stilettos and blazers. Men turned to rock stars for inspiration, wearing theirs with loose-fitting t-shirts and desert boots.
How to Style Tight Fit Jeans
Skinny jeans are classified as a wardrobe essential, and for good reason. They’re just the thing when you want to look sleek and sharp, but getting there requires a little effort. The fit, wash and details are the three things to consider before your next investment. Styles crafted from denim with a little stretch are generally the most comfortable and flattering, plus they’ll hold their shape for longer (and make it easier to sit down). Black may be universally flattering, but clever details on blue denim — like front thigh fading, gentle whiskering and tear-and-repair patches — can help draw the eye vertically and elongate the legs.
Second Skin Jeans
Our “Spray” women’s jeans are perfect for those who want jeans with a second skin fit. Designed to hug your curves in all the right places, the medium rise fit clings to your figure from the hip to the ankle. It’s cropped at the ankle to ensure it goes with everything. For a casual, street-ready look, wear them with an oversized hoodie and your coolest kicks. For a slicker style, throw on a high neck knit and pointed toe flats.