Thursday, January 27, 2011

No Break Jeans

Mr. Mobile: So today we're going to talk about something that's becoming more and more abundant in the world of fashion: no break jeans. The break in a jean is where the jean meets the shoe and bunch up. No break jeans are just jeans that don't do this. They are essentially jeans that fall perfectly around the ankle and don't wrinkle. 

There are two ways to achieve this. The first and more popular of the two is to roll the cuff of your jean so that it can't bunch up at the bottom. The second is to have your jeans tailored so that they have just the right length. 

Personally I tend toward the second look. I love no break jeans and quite frankly I don't like the look of the rolled up cuff. Here is a quick look at how I pull it off.

For better reference I suggest you check out my post about The Sartorialist. The first few second of the video are a prime example of no break jeans.

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