This is how you style the trend in the fall of 2022

Skinny jeans are making a comeback! THIS is how you wear them now!

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Although skinny jeans have long been declared dead, they have never completely disappeared from the scene. Thanks to refined details and modern styling, they will stay with us in 2022.

As cool as they look, the trendy baggy jeans are impractical in cold, wet fall weather. The trend back to slim silhouettes comes at just the right time.

The Italian fashion house Trussardi, among others, was the trigger. In the upcoming spring collection, it showed close-fitting jeans with decorative seams and leg splits. This was combined with fitted denim jackets in an oversized style. Prada and Ferragamo also surprised with fitted trousers, which they styled with oversized blazers and fitted tops.

Kendall Jenner (27) shows how to style skinny jeans in everyday life. The model wears a white crop top, yellow broad-shouldered jacket and black heeled boots with his high-waisted skinny jeans. If you don’t have model legs, you can cheat them thanks to the combination of high-waisted jeans and heeled boots.

Chunky-soled lace-up boots go just as well with skinny jeans as they do with boots. Jeans with a 7/8 length are recommended so that shoes and pants do not interfere with each other. If you don’t have one, make an existing model shorter, such as Cathy Hummels (34). The moderator complements her tight jeans and sturdy boots with a cozy teddy jacket.

Whether as a blazer, knitted jumper or blouse – skinny jeans are also the right choice for the office. The only requirement: unlike the tight-fitting trousers, the top must be cut wide. With trendy Mary Janes, ballerinas or loafers, jeans don’t necessarily have to be tight at the ankles. Influencer Anouk Yve demonstrates it on Instagram.

It may come as a surprise that skinny jeans are suddenly back on everyone’s lips. The magazine “Elle” ran the headline “Skinny jeans are dead”. The fashion magazine caused a wave of outrage, especially among millennials. On the social media platform TikTok, a real fight broke out between Generation Y and Z. The latter provoked with alleged styling ideas for skinny jeans. The truth is that behind the videos marked #noskinnyjeans were tips for ditching tight pants.

The discussion was also reflected in the sales figures. According to the American market research institute NPD, there will be seven percent less skinny jeans in 2021. Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh confirmed to the “New York Times” a trend toward “casual, loose-fitting clothing.” But he doesn’t believe “that skinny jeans will ever go out of women’s fashion”.

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