There are many types of premium denim jeans for men and jeans for women on the market today. This can cause some confusion as to which style is which and when are they best to be worn. Here at Premium Denim Jeans we will continue to offer an article on a different jean style throughout the next couple months in order to discuss all the differentiations amongst the different styles of premium denim jeans. It is much easier to shop for jeans, as well as saves you time, when you know the style and cut of the jean you are looking for.
Boot cut jeans are one of the most popular jeans known to mankind and date back to the 1980's when they replaced bell bottom jeans. They are called boot cut jeans because they flare out at the bottom to fit over a pair of boots. They are different from bell bottoms because they do not flare out as much, making them a bit more appealing for the modern day. A typical diameter of a boot cut jean at the bottom ranges anywhere from 17-20 inches, normally depending on the length of the jean.
Unlike a tapered leg or skinny jean, which we will discuss in a later post, that make your mid section look a little bigger than it really is, boot cut jeans can give you almost a slimming effect due to it's flare at the bottom. Jeans that are skinnier at the bottom won't go over bulkier footwear, making the jean bunch up where it meets the shoe, so boot cut jeans make the whole look more appealing when these bulkier types of shoes are worn. With all the different fits and styles of boot cut jeans there is a pair out there for everyone and they look great on pretty much everyone no matter what type of shoes you are wearing.