Flare & Bootcut

Flare jeans are defined by their fitted waist and thighs, which gradually widen from the knee down, creating a dramatic flared effect. This style became iconic in the 1960s and 1970s, associated with the hippie and disco movements, and symbolized a free-spirited and expressive approach to fashion. Flare jeans have experienced several revivals, maintaining their appeal for those looking to make a bold fashion statement with a touch of vintage charm.

 

Bootcut jeans are designed with a slight flare starting from the knee, making them ideal for wearing over boots while maintaining a balanced and flattering silhouette. Originally popularized in the 1960s and 1970s as a practical yet stylish option for cowboys and ranchers, this style gained mainstream appeal for its versatility and comfort. Bootcut jeans continue to be a popular choice for their ability to elongate the legs and pair well with various types of footwear.

 
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