Skinny, straight-leg, boot-cut, and “boyfriend” denim jeans are just a few of the many cuts and fits available. Differences in comfort, aesthetics, and overall appearance can be seen between various styles. For instance, the legs of a pair of straight-leg jeans don’t spread or narrow as they get closer to the hem. Conversely, boot-cut jeans expand at the ankles and feet so that they can be worn over boots.
Although high-waisted jeans aren’t as common as boot-cut or straight-leg styles, you shouldn’t pass them up. They are cut higher on the waist than both regular and low-rise jeans, hence the name.
Returning to Fashion
In the 1970s, high-waisted jeans were popular (and even some of the 60s). High-waisted was the “it” trend for men and women. After decades, straight-leg took over. High-waisted jeans are becoming more popular again. Some fashion experts call this a “revival” of the style. High-waisted jeans have been increasingly trendy since their 2010 resurgence. High-waisted jeans are essential if you want to seem trendy.
Comfortable High-Waisted Jeans
High-waisted jeans are surprisingly comfy. They sit higher than regular jeans, so some think they’re not. However, good-quality high waisted pants are comfy. Just remember to choose the size—we provide free custom sizing.
Easy to Maintain
Low-rise and baggy jeans often slip down. Especially without a belt. These flowy styles slip effortlessly. High-waisted jeans rarely have this issue due to their design. They wrap around your waist and perch high on your waist for security. High-waisted jeans don’t always stay up, but they don’t fall as quickly.
High-waisted jeans come in stretch and 100% denim. The latter is made of denim and spandex or polyester. Stretch-denim high-waisted jeans are more comfortable.
They Fit Some Figures
Jean styles suit everyone. To appear your best, choose the proper style for your body type. High-waisted jeans suit pear-shaped women. It lengthens legs and slims hips and midsection. High-waisted jeans suit pear-shaped bodies. Narrow legs elongate your figure.
They Don’t Drag
High-waisted jeans won’t slide if they’re the proper size. Boot-cut and related styles often have extra fabric that drags. This degrades and damages denim, hurting jeans’ performance and appearance. High-waisted jeans don’t. They don’t drag because they’re high-waisted and have less cloth at the bottom. Sandals, flip-flops, and other open-toed shoes won’t drag your high-waisted pants.
Think high-waisted jeans only come in light blue and indigo? Rethink. High-waisted jeans come in many colors, including these classics. Many women favor black. You can contrast black high-waisted pants with white shoes. You can also use a bright hue like red or yellow. Red and yellow high-waisted jeans are great. They highlight your jeans, making you look leaner and taller. Bright colors just restrict your color palette. Choose a hue that matches your clothing for high-waisted jeans.