Skinny jeans are a closet staple, so we've gathered our six favorite pairs that you need to invest in for Fall. Whether you're on the market for a classic wash, a great go-to pair of black jeans, or something more vibrant — like a print or a high-wattage hue — we've got you covered. Watch today's installment of FabSugarTV to see which skinnies made the cut.
Skinny jeans are a constant in our wardrobe rotation, and they can be styled in hundreds of ways. Now, we're seeking seven perfect ways to re-outfit our skinnies for a full week's worth of looks — and these styled celebs serve as the inspiration. From Monday through Sunday, we're out to revamp our denim, and you can too. Just click through to see the very chic celebs and shop the easy-to-wear looks.
When I head to work I'm all about comfort, so the fashion police would probably give me a ticket for my lack of trendiness. But when the weekend rolls around, I definitely like to dress up if I'm going out, especially because my girls love it when I put on heels and lipstick.
Skinny jeans and leggings are some of the biggest trends I see when I'm out, and being the health-minded person that I am, I'm wondering how you ladies feel about this fad (which doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon). Are these skin-tight pants encouraging women to feel bad about their figures, or do you think they're a great tool to motivate women to meet their fitness goals?
We've heard that skinny jeans can cause tingling thigh syndrome, but in news that will surprise absolutely no one who wears skinny jeans (I even sit half-lotus while meditating in mine!), Consumer Reports physicians say that wearing skinny jeans could also give you bladder infections, yeast infections, blood clots and even fertility problems!
“Once you have those symptoms," NYU assistant professor of neurology Dr. Keith Stiller says with a straight face, "it’s probably not a good idea to for you to keep wearing those clothes.” (Ya think?) What about you — will anything come between you and your
Skinny Jeans Causing Tingling Thighs For healthy, normal-sized woman, skinny jeans are not a welcomed fashion statement. Aside from paining a woman's self-esteem and making many feel the need to lose weight, new research shows that skinny jeans also cause physical pain. Intrigued, see what Fit has to report.
For healthy, normal-sized woman, skinny jeans are not a welcomed fashion statement. Aside from paining a woman's self-esteem and making many feel the need to lose weight, new research shows that skinny jeans also cause physical pain. Constant pressure from the tight denim jeans cuts off the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve create the nerve condition meralgia paresthetica, known in layman's term a bit more descriptively as "tingling thigh syndrome." The lateral femoral cutaneous nerve runs from the outside of the pelvis and through the thigh. When compressed, it causes a numb, tingling, or burning sensation along the upper leg.
Tingling thigh syndrome is more common in construction workers who wear heavy work belts, pregnant women, or those who are obese. Over the past few years though, more and more healthy women are complaining of symptoms due to their tight skinny jeans. High heels, often worn with these jeans, compound the issue since they tilt the pelvis forward, increasing pressure on the nerve. Fortunately, there's little risk for causing permanent damage, but the sensations may inspire women to switch to looser-fitting pants. Tell me, have you ever experienced numb or tingling thighs from your jeans?
R&B songstress Ciara showed up at BBC Radio One in London looking ferocious in skinny gray jeans, barely pink pocket tank, and slick, white blazer. Notice how the crinkly texture is unfussy while exotic Louis Vuitton sandals and sleek sunnies reveal her inner diva. What a cool juxtaposition — I like to call it fashion yin yang.
Atomic muffin top doesn't seem to be this gal's problem, but she might want to go up a size. At least she's got some helpful, caring friends who will help a sister out (of her ridiculously tight jeans)!
There are gray jeans and then there are light gray jeans. Though I like the former, I am obsessed with the latter. The soft hue looks especially smashing with cognac pieces. I melt just thinking about it. My hunt for the perfect pair got me to these Kova & T Sandy 98 Skinny Jeans ($198). Compared to other brands, the price tag isn't brutal. Still, why spend more when I can spend less?
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