Jeans are always my go-to item. They can be dressed up or down and are so comfortable!
Inspired by fashion trailblazers like Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, I’m here to show you the formulas behind the season’s must-try looks: the traditional skinny cuff, the undone half cuff (my fave!), and the polished thick cuff. Keep reading for all of my essential tips—you’re sure to become a pro by the end!
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The Thick Cuff
A thick cuff requires a wider-leg pair of jeans that are a little loose.
Fold the jeans to create a one-inch cuff.
Fold again so that the cuff is about two inches thick.
Smooth out the cuff to create a polished look.
Styling Tip: Make this jean style your weekend go-to with a relaxed tee and ankle-strap flats.
The Skinny Cuff
The skinny cuff works best on fitted jean silhouettes, as it creates the appearance of a long, lean line.
Fold the bottom of the jeans to create a half-inch cuff.
Fold a second time, adding an extra half-inch to the cuff. It should be nice and tight and hit at or just above the ankle.
Styling Tip: Elongate your legs further by adding a nude wedge or low-cut heel.
The Half Cuff
The half cuff is best suited for slouchier styles like the boyfriend jean.
To achieve an accordion-like look, start by making a single four-inch cuff.
Bunch the bottom of the cuff to create dimension and texture.
Finish by folding the top hem downwards.
Styling Tip: Give your jeans the downtown treatment by adding a worn-in leather jacket and statement stilettos.
This is my favorite way to wear my jeans cuffed!
I hope you all enjoyed this post! Leave a comment on which is your favorite way to cuff your jeans!