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Jeans: Difference between Jeggings and Super Skinny Pants

Question by Guest | 16.12.2013 at 19:29

Hey guys, I cannot understand the current jeans offers anymore! It seems to me that no day is passing without coming up a new name for some denim styles and cuts.

And I am desperately standing in front of the shelf and do not know what to buy or whats the best for me. My latest uncertainty is the difference between Jeggings and Super Skinny Jeans. In Hollister and other stores, obviously there is made a great distinction between those two models.

So, can anyone explain to me the difference or the variance between both jeans models?

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Actually, you cannot take those names 100% seriously. It often depends on the brand and the advertising strategists from those brands defining how a pair of jeans or a certain model or style is named or branded. Therefore, my suggestion is to just try the different models on and to buy what you like instead of only running for a specific name.

Generally, a Jeggings is rather a leggings in denim look made of a lighter, stretchy fabric while the Super Skinny is rather quite a normel Jeans made of normal stretch denim.

Often, Jeggings do not have buttons and jeans seams, while the typical Super Skinny Jeans have buttons and zippers. But as I said, even here there may be differences depending on the manufacturer. 
16.12.2013 at 23:11

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Jeggings are made from stretchy legging material but designed to look like jeans, & super skinny jeans are made from denim (not stretchy).
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