The skinny on skinny jeans
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Skinny jeans are one of fashion’s hottest trends because of their versatility. They can be worn on weekends, for date night or for school and office, since they look a little more dressed up than other casual denim pieces.
Over the years, skinny jeans have found expression in cigarette pants, jeggings, stovepipe pants or slim-fit jeans. Yes, skinny jeans remain much in demand.
SM’s Girls Teens Wear section shows us the skinny on jeans, and how to wear them with confidence.
Jeggings: Combining the comfort of leggings and the attitude of jeans, this fashion crossover has become a fashion favorite.
Printed matter: From florals in bloom to graphic geometrics and cool camos, prints and patterns add a playful edge to skinny jeans.
Classic cords: Timeless corduroy gets a fashion update with a new skinny shape.
Hardware: Zippers, studs, and other hardware stuff give skinnies more reason to rock.
Color: You’ll no longer be singing the blues as skinny jeans show their colors—from brights to black and white.
Distress signals: Wear skinnies with an edge with distressed jeans.
Elegant expressions: Damask skinnies are perfect for parties.
On-trend skinnies are available at the Girls Teens Wear section of The SM Store.
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