The word itself "Mom Jean" makes the jean sound something to be avoided when you first hear it. The name itself actually conjures up images
of harassed soccer moms with frumpy hair and food stains all over their shapeless t-shirts.
Well the new Mom Jean couldn't be further from the truth...........that is..........provided
you wear it PROPERLY!
I can remember.......now I sound like a soccer mom myself......"I'm not!" I say with the death look on my face and a whiplash turn of my head. Where was I,
ah yes, the famous 501 used to be back in the day a basic uniform for us, only we would wear it (or I would wear it) with Doc Martens and a bodysuit with a plaid shirt over the top. Please Please don't wear it this way now........uggh!
There are new rules peoples!
1. DO NOT wear the 501 one baggy or loose........no way, it's meant to show your curves.
2. DO NOT let the hem hang too long, roll them up if you need to and add a loafer or sneaker.
3. DO NOT wear a shapeless sweater over the top or you will
look shapeless yourself.
4. DO try a crop top if you are feeling brave
5.DO try a soft blouse
6. and oh, this is the most important.........DON'T do double denim by pairing the look with a denim jacket or shirt.............cringe......if you add a cowboy belt, I'll kick you back to the 80's myself!!!
Now I have the rules out of the way, lets look at some styles.
Here it is with a crop top, notice how the jean accentuates your hips and waist, use the jacket to hide any tummy,
add a classy loafer, and away you go.....Street style!
Here is how I wear the Mom Jean myself, I like this as you keep the top inline with the body and not baggy, the loafers make it look a little luxe, the jacket adds
a sharpness to the look and the backpack adds practicality.
This look is gorgeous, this is the 501 as a skinny and I love my skinny jeans, great for any size. Add a cute stiletto, a classy bag, classic blouse and
your trusty motorcycle jacket that is so now. There is another way to achieve this style and it's just below.
Just a darker shirt and wear it hung out, it's very flattering particularly if you are worried about a "pasta belly".
Trust me, I use this style all the time as I ain't going without food!