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straight jeans are the new skinny

wearing high rise straight jeans with a shearling collar jacket, graphic tee, and pink block heel mules

Banana Republic jacket (similar here), Amazon tee, Gap jeans + mules, Beautycounter ‘Twig’ lipstick

The first time I heard of skinny jeans I remember thinking: ridiculous fad, I’ll never wear those. Well, here we are, almost a decade later and that silhouette dominates my closet. I’ve got a pair in every wash imaginable and the ‘fad’ is still going strong. But a new cut of denim has been making a recent comeback. Straight jeans offer an alternative to their super form-fitting cousin. This style hugs in back but goes down the leg without any clinging. They feel lived-in yet have enough structure to be perfectly flattering. So while I’m not agreeing to chuck my pile of skinny denim anytime soon, these straight jeans are making a strong pull for (new) first place.

These high rise straight jeans are part of the GAP for Good partnership with Cone Denim. They’re made with sustainable fabrics and crafted to ethical industry standards. For reference, I ordered a size up because I like the idea of having more wiggle room within the straight fit.

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