Boot cut jeans
Also called flares, these are back in style, along with everything else that is ’70s-inspired. You can go with flares as wide as you’d like, based on the look you are going for—a simple, subtle bell shape works with booties, flats, and sneakers. If you’re petite, it’s important to buy them in a petite size so you don’t end up having to chop off most of the flare if you get your jeans tailored. Find out the most common denim jeans mistakes — and how to avoid them.
Skinny jeans have gotten a bad rap in recent years for being, well, too skinny, but there’s still a time and a place to wear your favorite pair. They go perfectly with any A-line or tunic tops to help give balance to your look, and they’re great for tucking into boots and booties in colder weather. (Related: Check out these fashion hacks to make your outfit look expensive.)