The skinny on skinny jeans

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THE JEAN-IUS. Take the lead with graphic skinny pants from Dollhouse paired with button-downwoven shirt and True Love pullover.

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.

COMFORTABLE, unique and easy-to-match black-and-white damask-print skinny from Dollhouse matched with lace-detailed top from Betty and Baleno tank top

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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