Current/Elliott Rolled Skinny in Fig

I’ve mentioned in previous posts that I’m not a huge fan of boyfriend style jeans on me.  I think the style is really cute, but I don’t feel that they really suit my body type.  So when I found these, I loved the idea of them.  These are Current/Elliott’s Rolled Skinny jeans.  They’re basically a skinny jean with a more relaxed fit.  And the inseam is longer to give the option of rolling them up like a boyfriend jean.  (The inseam is 31 ¼ inches uncuffed.)  I roll these up about three times to get them to a 26 ½ inch inseam.  I probably wouldn’t roll them up any more than that without the cuff getting too bulky.  The bottom hem is frayed because these jeans are meant to be worn cuffed.

The wash is called Fig, which is a deep dark burgundy.  There is some darker shades of whiskering along the front.  I really like the color on these.  I’ve been into a lot of reds and burgundy colors lately (see our latest Siwy Hannah post).  Made of a thick sturdy denim made up of 98% cotton and 2% elastin, these have a decent amount of stretch, and stretch out a bit with a little wear.  I’d say these run about a size large, depending on how you like to wear these.  I preferred that these had a slightly more relaxed fit, so I kept these in my normal size.  These are considered a skinny jean, but when I think of skinny jeans I think of them as much tighter and more fitted than these.  I ‘d consider these more of a tighter fitting boyfriend jean.

The rise measurement is 7 inches.  Leg opening is 11 inches.
Washing instructions are:  machine wash cold, tumble dry low, do not bleach, medium iron heat.

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