The coarse twill-weave cotton fabric more popularly known as ‘denims’ once used to be the indispensable workwear for blue-collar workers. Gradually, this fabric caught on with the hoi-polloi so much so that owning a pair of trousers, skirt, t-shirt or romper became a must-have for every trendy individual. Unquestionably, outfits stitched out of interweaved cotton textile continue to be one of the trendiest attires for stylish individuals in 2015 as they’ve always been.
Folding sleeve-ends of trousers comprising the turned-back hem, better known as ‘cuffing’ might add an extra zing to your overall look. You can take your pick from the following three distinct cuff folding styles in order to create your own individualistic look:
The single roll or cuff is undoubtedly the most basic and simplest mode of cuffing your denim trousers. This cuffing method essentially involves arranging or placing two inches of the fabric into the cuff. With the single roll, you’ll simply need to roll up the cuff-end upto a maximum of two inches. You can achieve this roll by folding the cuff in two stages-one inch in one stage or one single rolling of two inches. And for a perfect polished or smoothened appearance, you’ll just have to iron the cuff. To accentuate the rugged look of this thick roll, step into a sandal with a thick heel and complement the appeal by sporting a cool tee.
The scrawny or skinny cuff which is somewhat similar to the messy or double cuff goes best with stilettos, strappy sandals or slim footwear. Pair your skinny cuffed jeans with a baggy tee and sports jacket puts the accent on your persona. To brandish the unmistakable skinny cuff, hold the stitched-back hem of the denims and roll the lap backwards just once. Thereafter, roll up the fold twice upwards in order to accomplish that characteristic slim-fit. Alternatively, you can fold up the bottom of the trousers to just about half-an inch and repeat the step to sport the slim cuff.
You first try to achieve a 4-inch lap or turnup with this cuffing style. In the next step, you need to clump the cuff end to lend a squeeze-box type consistency to the roll. Create the half roll look by meticulously turning down the uppermost part of the hem. Of all the chic cuffing styles, this is indisputably the most fashionable, and hence the most popular. To make the most of this cuffing manner, go all out by dressing up in accessories that are typically feminine which bring out the woman in you.
Distinct women cuff jeans style can add a zing to their overall appeal lending a cool, casual and hip look even to the most ordinary wear.