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Then another 44 in two minutes. Over the next four minutes, That's in 10 minutes. If this average were to hold, more than 1, pairs would cross this shopfront in an hour. Among those passing is Haleema Kukoyi, 24, who bought her jeans in Evans, the plus-size shop. Contrary to the instinct that skinny jeans give the self-conscious nowhere to hide, she likes them precisely because she has "weird-shaped legs and these work best for me.
Aminah Abdullah, 17, from Cologne, wears them "because they make your legs look skinny", even though her mother doesn't like them. Donna Watson, 26, and Ross Callender, 25, are both in smart, dark skinnies. She is a marketing manager for The Chimes shopping centre in Uxbridge, and he is a marketing manager for an insurance company.
Can their marketing expertise explain the success of skinny jeans? Witness Hayley Carruthers, 42, who bought her first pair last week. Why wait all these years and then take the leap? Skinny jeans are less a fashion choice than a default setting. We have come to see them almost as a blank canvas, a piece of clothing that has ceased to signify anything; come, in fact, almost not to see them at all.
It is this invisibility that has enabled them to act as the vehicle for countless other mainstream trends of the past decade, the silent partner to a succession of high-fashion looks. First they tucked neatly into boots early in the decade, when boots were all that women wore, or worked well with Converse when Converse were all that men wore. It was skinny jeans that made ballet pumps prolific , fetishising that little scooped-out bit of foot between shoe and hem, and later, with their cleanness at the ankle, acted as a curtain-raiser to hefty statement shoes.
They gave extra spike to handbags with hardware in and their narrowness at the ankle supplied the perfect counterpoint to those pointy shoulders that Balmain produced in Without skinny jeans there would have been no peplums. They were one half of double denim, and, chameleon-like, have changed their livery in keeping with fashion, morphing into high-waisted jeans, ripped jeans, embellished jeans, leather-panelled, corduroy, patterned, cropped, tattooed and coloured jeans.
They even swallowed up leggings into jeggings and shrunk the language of other clothing too. So scarves became skinny scarves. Thin ties were skinny ties, stilettoes skinny heels. There are such things as skinny sweatpants.
And yet this ubiquity appears to do nothing to dent their popularity. This is not usually how fashion works. When Carol Vorderman wore Roland Mouret's Galaxy dress in , at the height of its A-list acclaim, she killed it as high fashion and he had to invent the Moon dress to give fashionable types some distance.
But when Carol "the style goddess", as the Daily Mail calls her, wears skinny jeans, nothing happens except in the Mail , which wonders whether they're age appropriate: No one casts aside their skinny jeans and decides that time's up if it stopped you wearing yours, drop us a line. Not even the Duchess of Cambridge, in pristine unwrinkled royal blue skinnies at the Olympics, put anyone off.
They are still going strong, and the ultimate proof of that came when Slimane made his return to fashion last October after a five-year break. You might think that fashion would have moved on. But his first look was a pair of fiercely narrow black pants. Skinny jeans are open to all, and no one who wears them makes them any less of what they are for anyone else.
Please select a size first. Please select a length first. Find In Store X. These skinny fit Men jeans feature a sleek and stylish silhouette. Made from two-way stretch denim, they stretch both horizontally and vertically for superb comfort. The back pockets are angled slightly upward, and the slender cut creates a compact waist for a sleek design.
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