Whoever follows me will have surely noticed how the mom fit jeans are a constant in my looks. For those who do not know it, i am talking about the high waisted jeans that fall straight to the ankle.
- Now I can not help it! -
So, today I want to reveal to 3 compelling reasons why you should also give you a couple of mom fit jeans and convert now to this amazing trend.
mom fit jeans: from the low waist to the high waist!
I remember very well how many times, when i was a teenager, I discussed with my mom who was trying to make me understand in every way as the low waisted jeans didn’t valorize my body at all. But nothing to do, only after 10 years about i realized that the high waist gives me the most.
- Let's face it, the pants that mark waist are more sexy and slim the figure! -
Then, after the trend of the horrible low waisted jeans, now is the time for mom fit jeans, which, with their fantastic 90’s allure made me lose my head.
mom fit jeans: 3 good reasons to choose them!
- (As I told you) they mark the waist, slim the silhouette and offer the fantastic illusion of being thinner;
- They are comfortable, they absolutely not wrap your legs and help you to hide all the flaws of our body;
- They are suitable for every occasion, you simply must to match them in the right way (read below!).
mom fit jeans: how to match them!
- Let's start by saying that recently the mom fit jeans are really on vogue, and so, you can find them everywhere (Zara, Bershka, H & M, Asos, Topshop ...) .-
Match them, then, is simple.
a) In the morning they are cute if worn with a shirt inside the jeans, a pair of sneakers and a maxi bag.
b) In the evening they are perfect if worn with a pair of stiletto heels or sandals with heels. For a sexy touch, you can dare with lace top and blazer!
So what do you think about it? Have i convinced you to buy a pair of mom fit jeans? Choose the one that you prefer, that is light, black, with applications or ripped, it will surely change your life;)
top and mom fit jeans – ZARA // belt and booties (old) – ASOS
ph. Federica Ariemma