Regardless the jean model, cuffing them are currently (and for a while now) trending. Whether it's a pair of boyfriend, skinny or ripped jeans, cuffing the hems is the easiest way to give a twist to a regular look. So, today I'm showing my three go-to styles when giving my pair that extra oomph, and honestly, there's no simpler technique than any of these:
The round cuff. This is my personal favorite. It looks polished without being to stiff, and ideal for both skinny or loose-fitted jeans. Just roll up the hems in a rolling motion instead of making exact folds.
The neat cuff. The neat cuff is the classic folding. It looks more formal and... well, neat. It's ideal for skinny or straight jeans, since the hem cuts best on tight legs. The proper way to do it is folding the hem twice with the exact same width.
The half cuff. This last cuff is a lot more casual and undone. Its intention is to look as effortless as possible, so it looks best on boyfriend jeans, ideally distressed or ripped, to add to the whole casual image. To get the look, fold the hem twice, but on the second fold, bring the front part back down.
, by Marielisa