How to Slip Easily into Skinny Jeans

There are times when you wish you could easily slip into those skinny jeans.  But you’ve got one big problem though. And we bet it’s something that most of us could easily relate to—your bulging lower abdomen or your huge tummy. Well, either you blame your chugging of too many beer bottles or too much of eating rice for having a huge belly.

First thing off, you diet should be alcohol-free. Replace it with fiber-rich fruits and vegetables. You should also increase intake of protein, which aids in muscle recovery for faster fat-burning. Also, allot a few minutes of your morning for exercises – do leg raises, raised leg crunches and planks. Of course, you’d say it’s easier said than done. But then, there’s also a saying which says, no pain, no gain! Doing regular exercise can be a big help in making you slip into those skinny jeans sans the bulging bellies.

While there must have been a decline in the skinny-jean trend, we simply just can’t get enough of the style. Oh yes, we’re totally down with the cool wide-leg iterations too, but there’s no denying that it’ll be hard to completely break up with the slim denim that’s paired so perfectly with everything in our closets for so many years.

But let’s face it: The style does come with its leg of problems. It can take years to find the ultimate pair that’s not too tight in the knees, doesn’t sag in the butt, is slimming enough in the calf, but isn’t too tight in the thigh. Are we right? Well, if you’re still searching (and not giving up on skinnies altogether), we’re helping you find the perfect pair. That’s right—Psst.ph weighs in on the common problems people have with skinny jeans and offer solutions.

Check out five useful tips that’ll help you find your true blue perfect pair of skinny jeans.

Too tight at the knee

If you’re feeling like your skinny jeans are a bit too restricting in the knee, look for pencil or straight-leg silhouettes. These cuts tend to be more generous in the knee area and allow for more movement

 

Saggy at the waist

 

If you tend to find your skinny jeans getting baggy in the waist, look for a style with a two-piece contoured waistband. The two-piece construction is more resistant to stretching out. Another option might be to size down and let the denim stretch to a more comfortable fit after a few wears.

Muffin top

Low-rise jeans are a thing of the past. Finding nice mid- or high-rise jeans that provide superior coverage to the midsection shouldn’t be difficult any longer. Look for something with a 9- to 11-inch rise.

 

They make your butt look fat

If you want to add a little perk to a flat butt, look for a brand that offers five pocket sizes, as opposed to three, which is an industry standard. To flatter every shape and size, 3×1 uses five pocket sizes in its women’s collection. Each pocket is set by hand, chalked into the correct position, and sewn one pocket at a time. Paying close attention to the pockets is key for any butt fit issues you may have.

Not skinny enough at the ankle

Be sure to differentiate the various silhouette offerings, as even half an inch can make a big difference when it comes to leg openings.

The “skinny” fit has become a denim staple for both men and women under the influence of major skinny jeans experts. And there’s nothing wrong with that…denim is certainly not a trend that will ever go out of style. But there is room for improvement and change. In the end, it all boils down to the proper diet (no more alcohol or soda please) and some sense of style to get that perfect pair of skinny jeans.

Vance Madrid

Freelance writer, lifestyle blogger, social media manager, events coordinator, scriptwriter, film buff, wanderlust and certified foodie. Zealous for a keyboard and new experiences, I wish to live and learn through my writing.