How to wear boyfriend cut jeans

by Jenny on September 29, 2009

boyfriend-jeans-6The boyfriend look has been a very hot trend this year and something we saw already in Spring 2009 is the boyfriend but jeans. Now, some might think that this trend has already passed but I believe that it’s here to stay for at least another season. We are now in Fall and it’s the perfect time to start wearing those jeans again. What’s great about these jeans is that they are so versatile, comfortable and easy to dress down or dress up. You can go with a boho style and some gladiator sandals and a loose fitted tee, or wear the jeans with peep-toe boots and a sequin top. There are different types of boyfriend jeans, depending on how authentic you want your look to be. You can either borrow your boyfriend’s jeans or go and buy a pair of men’s jeans in a meanswear or vintage shop. But the jeans don’t have to be your boyfriend’s jeans, because you can find so many jeans made for women but still gives the look of boyfriend jeans. Remember to turn them up at the bottom to give that oversized look. Some boyfriend jeans follows the ripped jeans trend, but it’s not a must. When wearing the boyfriend jeans it’s important that you show off your feminine features, otherwise you might look more like a bum or maybe even like your boyfriend.


Jessica Alba wearing ripped boyfriend jeans with peep-toe sandals and a relaxed top and scarf.


Megan Fox in boyfriend jeans with high wedges and a slim top and cardigan.


Katie Holmes in boyfriend jeans with flat sandals and a cute blouse and scarf.


Amanda Peet in boyfriend jeans with gladitator heels and a stripy jacket and scarf.


Rachel Bilson in boyfriend jeans with gladiator shoes and a loose tee.

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lici_u September 29, 2009 at 12:43 pm

I like Katie Holmes style best, but I would always wear heels, though. Megan Fox looks okay, but something is wrong with her wedges. I guess the ankle-ribbons make the shoes look too big.


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