You Can't Go Wrong With These Sleek Looks
A great pair of jeans isn't complete without a well thought-out outfit to make the look slim and trim.
A slimming outfit is all about accentuating the right body parts — while keeping any flaws under the radar. Legs should look long and lean and the waist tiny and accentuated. Here are three outfits that will accent everyone, no matter the age or size, in all the right places.
The best top to wear with a slim fitted jean is a T-shirt or tank tucked into the pant, with a fitted jacket or blazer that hits right at the hips. A bomber jacket, blazer or even thick cardigan will all produce the same effect. With the sharp cut of these tops — right at the waist — it emphasizes the long, slim leg the Malia Jag Jean creates. (Malia Jag Jean, $64).
If you're rocking a pair of super-skinny jeans, a baggier shirt on top will actually accentuate the leg. Try a top like an oversized sweatshirt, but be sure not to channel those off-the-shoulder '80s styles. The current trend is an oversized sweatshirt that lays easily on the shoulder, but doesn't cling to the stomach. Between Jag Jean's comfortable elastic waistband and a baggy shirt, sporting skinnies is as easy as can be. (Desiree Legging Mid Rise Jag Jean, $69).
As far as shoes are concerned, a loafer or oxford are best paired with cropped or skinny jeans because the pointed toe elongates the frame and emphasize a tiny ankle.
High-waisted, bootcut denim can never look bad in a crisp tailored shirt. From stripes to a chambray or an all-white shirt, when these are tucked into high-waisted jeans, it highlights the midriff better than anything else. With the sleeves rolled up and the shirt hanging a little loose and relaxed, it gives volume on top to further accent the waist. (Paley Boot High Rise Jag Jeans, $64).
High heel boots in smooth, shiny leather not only bring attention, but they also help shape the leg to appear longer and slimmer.
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