Today's topic is women's high-waisted jeans. I tried to search for the best models which are ideal for wearing this winter season. That's a major 1980's and 1990's trend, which is still on the fashion radars. This style is everything you need in a look, as they keep everything into place: super tight and fitted. They ideally accentuate curves giving that urban chic vibe, but you can always make it work appropriate by adding formal blouse tucked in. The following models are best worn with tops tucked in, or with crop tops. You don't have to worry about your belly, because the waist is so high that basically everyone's sees a mid-riff, while the stomach is kept under-wraps by the jeans. These pants are easy to style and they are for sure more flattering making you look professional and your legs elongated.
Rta pleated trousers in 1970's blue color come with horizontal pleats, few shreds and heavy fading. I love the well worn finish, double button closure and zip fly. Try them on with pointed toe heels in black color, simple black tee and leather jacket for a casual day wear.
Hot Denim. Australian designers Andy Paltos and Sarah Gilsenan behind fashion label Rolla's introduce skinny and high waisted jeans for women and men. Every model is made of a heavier weight denim and they look super stretchy! Their jeans are inspired by the iconic Australian 1970's jeans label Faberge (Faberge's jeans were free spirited and cool). Rolla's jeans are washed and laundered in Australia, most of the models come in darker styles and look more rigid.
Every Style is Gorgeous. Courtshop reveals its Spring-Summer lookbook of women's jeanswear. The range of denim is really huge. Here you will find wide range of shorts, starting from high waisted ones, embroidered shorts to destructed and lace embellished shorts, yet there are lots of jeans variation, ranging from skinny, high waisted and boyfriend jeans. Overall, it's collection of jeans that suit for any occasion.
Feel the retro touch of the moment with these perfect Notify's flared stretch-velvet jeans. I really want one of them for a chic off-duty way to work this season's '70s silhouette. Wear these high-waisted velvet jeans with a tweed jacket, suede bag and towering wedges for a luxuriously textured combination. Available in burgundy wine (here) and midnight-blue (here).