RECENTLY in my Wardrobe Workout Workshop I was asked about whether or not cuffing your jeans was the thing to do and how to do it, so here is my take on this with a few ideas for you;Blog - to cuff or not to cuff

Lately, everywhere you will see celebrities and fashion houses really pumping the ‘cuffed’ jeans. Right now it certainly IS the trend. While I am a big fan of cuffing, there are also times when I won’t run with it.

 

I DO Cuff when:
  • The weather is warm to mild
  • To dress up or dress down
  • To rock a skinny or straight leg jean
  • To rock a fab pair of heels or an awesome pair of booties
  • Whenever I feel like it
I DON’T Cuff when:
  • The weather is cold
  • To dress up or dress down
  • To rock a skinny or straight leg jean
  • to rock a fab pair of heels or an awesome pair of booties
  • Whenever I feel like it
Cuffing has been around since Methuselah was a child and has come and gone, like all other trends and will stay around in the background and become a firm trend again down the track ‘The fashion cycle’.
Cuffing also shows off a skinny ankle, which lengthens a leg, depending on the shoe you are wearing.
As I mentioned above,whether I get my ‘cuff on’ will depend on the weather, especially as we come into cooler weather. Β There is nothing worse that sporting frozen ankles and also seeing someone else with them. (Similarly a strappy heel in the middle of a big freeze is a pet hate of mine! Brrrrrr)
So although ‘cuffing’ IS currently a trend – if you don’t feel like it, then don’t do it! Β We are at a stage in fashion that ‘anything goes’ but only as long as you are comfortable and confident to pull it off.
Are you currently rocking the ‘cuffedΒ jeans’ trend?