Jan 4, 2016

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How to Look Good in Skinny Jeans – The 3 Do’s

Who doesn’t love those skinnies? They make you look taller. They make your legs look slimmer. They make you happier! Well, at least, according to this one survey by Qualtrics, which concluded that those who wear skinny jeans are nine percent happier than their fellow flare jeans wearers.

Anyway, that’s not the point of this article. What we really want to share with you are the do’s of wearing skinny jeans. So, let see if you’re wearing those pairs right.


Do pair them with high heels

You see, the reason why you look taller in these jeans is because you’re wearing them with high heels. Wedge, t-strap, pump, platform, kitten or stiletto – anything can amp your look.

Do wear them cool with flats

Ok, so you are allergic to high heels. No worries, skinny jeans also look good in flats – though NOT ALL flats. For starters, you can wear them with a pair of classic lace-up sneakers and a t-shirt to match. This is perfect for super casual daytime event or when running some errands.

Now, if you are heading to brunch or a casual dinner after work, try pairing your skinnies with chunky flat sandals. Go for those with lighter, brighter color though to avoid looking a bit heavy in the bottom.


Do balance your figure

One of the reasons we love those skinnies is that they can show off our figures. But let’s be realistic, many of us ladies have some lumps and bumps we’d rather left unnoticed. There’s also the fact that not everyone has an hour-glass figure to show off. Ladies with triangle-shape body will appear extra bigger and heavier in the hips area in these jeans. Likewise, ladies with inverted shape will see their hips looking narrower than their shoulders and bust. So, the remedy?

Balance your body shape!

The key is choosing the right tops that will balance your figure, and wearing accessories that will draw attention away from your hips.

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