10 Ways To Cuff Your Jeans


Styling is an interesting field.  No matter how many times you’ve dressed a model or celebrity or other talent, there are always new things to learn, new combinations to be tried, and new ways of styling the same old pieces to bring interest and life and a story to them.  It never gets old and always keeps me on my toes.  The jean, for example, is the chameleon of clothes.  You can size them up, size them down, wear them loose, long or straight.  You’ve even got options when it comes to the hem: scrunch them, roll them, or cuff them.  It’s your call, but these are 10 denim hems we are head over heels for…

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  1. Lynda Pallan Barker


    What do you think about distressed jeans for women over 60?

    • Jen Pinkston


      Hey Linda, I think the same rules apply. If the bottoms are distressed or loose fitting juxtaposing it with more structure on top will help to make that feel balanced. Likewise if your jeans are distressed or faded, make sure the top isn’t too busy. I always like classic white collared shirts with the sleeves rolled up to the elbow paired with a distressed jean. It feels relaxed but still pulled together.

  2. yukari hosaka


    I love each of style! So stylish!!

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  4. Thanks for these suggestions. I’ve tried to cuff my jeans recently (I used to all the time in the early 90s) but I feel like I always look shorter than I already am! I am inspired now by these photos to try again. Thank you!


  5. sweet!!!

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