Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Guest Post: Buying Guide for Kids’ Jeans, By Mini Exchange.

Buying Guide for Kids’ Jeans, By Mini Exchange.

Jeans are the most versatile item of clothing available. You can wear them casually or even as part of a smart outfit. They are practical trousers that offer comfort, while still being trendy. The variety of different types of jeans can be over-whelming but if you know what to look for, you can find a pair that’s just right for your youngster.

Skinny, Cargo, Boot Cut – what’s the difference?

This style of denim fits snug against the skin and tapers at the ankle. Skinny jeans are usually low rise, which means that they sit low on the hips. Pair skinny jeans with tees and tanks with bold, striking prints to achieve a rock ‘n roll style.

Sometimes referred to as ‘Painter’s Jeans’, Carpenter’s jeans usually have larger pockets than most jeans, and some varieties have a ‘hammer loop’, which is more for decoration than function. These comfortable jeans are ideal for active little kids, because they offer ease of movement.

Cargo jeans are ideal for little boys who like to carry around toys. They usually have numerous pockets to store goodies and gadgets. Cargo pants are also popular with little girls, who like to dress comfortably, like tomboys. Cargos are loose-fitting and extra comfy

Boot Cut
As the name implies, these jeans are perfect for wearing with boots. The straight pant leg flares slightly at the ankles to allow enough room for boots. Pair with a chic polo or collared shirts for a cool, rugged look. Girls can pair with a pretty top or button-up shirt for a cute cowgirl look.

Straight or Loose Fit
This style of jeans is often referred to as Regular Fit. They fit comfortably around the waist. This offers more room in the seat, inseam, and ankle. These jeans are a safe bet if you want to keep it simple and casual.

You know your kids better than anyone, so choose a fit that’s best for them. Help keep them comfortable while they play, without having to sacrifice on style.


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