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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear High Waist Relaxed Mom Jeans?

Sometimes, you need to put those skinny jeans temporarily aside and slip into their relaxed cousin: mom jeans.

Jeans with a boyfriend cut and a high waist combine to bring this signature mom denim look that may be at a glance hard to style or that they remind you so much of the 80s you fear looking too retro for your own good, are IN style. Instead of the tapered skinny jeans that hug your legs and bottom tightly at the right places, the mom jeans hug you just so at the high waist, accentuating the small of your curve before giving way for breeze to enter as it goes down.

This particular jeans’ silhouette is great for days when you feel like wearing jeans but have no energy to spend on forcing your legs into a pair of skin-tight skinnies. You know the struggle is all too real when you have to enter into a battle just to slip into those dang skinnies and then out again and lose calories.

For goodness’ sake, rest your skinny jeans as you slip into the high waist relaxed denim and give those calf muscles back their blood supply. With this jeans’ style, you can slay casual in a jiff. Whether they come with rips or not, you can be sure that a little bit of bagginess in your jeans can be as stylish as the leg-strangling ones.

Wonder how to wear the high waist relaxed jeans in casual but chic outfits? You know the drill, simply eyeball the looks below and enjoy!

Which mom jeans look is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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