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Market editor Rachel Besser also echoes the sentiment—though she’s not ruling super-slim jeans out entirely. She says, “I loathe skinny jeans and wearing them makes me feel like I am on a parade float, nude, with unflattering fluorescent lighting—but, a few years ago, I felt the same about flip flops, so maybe I love skinny jeans?” She’s not wrong: As with any trend, skinny jeans will likely be worn by all the stars in a few months, and the cycle will start all over again. But for now, it’s all about channeling three words—Big jean energy.
It turns out, stars are not alone in their skinny jean fatigue, either. I asked some of my colleagues their thoughts on the new baggy denim look—and many of them are ready to retire their skinny jeans, too. “I’m glad to see skinny jeans go,” says Cassandra Pintro, editorial producer. “I’ve always been biased toward fashion that feels more freeing, and skinny jeans are not the match for that.” Beauty writer Akili King agrees. “I don’t really wear skinny jeans; I love a mom jean or wide-leg jean,” she says. “I love being comfy and not restricted.”
Demi Moore’s look in Now and Then perplexes me, fascinates me, and ignites me. The 1995 film focuses on a group of four friends from the ’70s who go on coming-of-age adventures, which range from solving an age-old fictional murder to kissing boys, and the women they grew up to be 20 years later. The young versions of these women are a destined-for-showbiz “Teeny” (Thora Birch); a rebellious Roberta (Christina Ricci); a naive Chrissy (Ashleigh Aston Moore); and an imaginative Samantha (Gaby Hoffman). Fast-forward, and Roberta is now an obstetrician played by a deadpan Rosie O’Donnell; Teeny is a limo-riding TV host played by Melanie Griffith; Chrissy, pregnant and ready-to-pop, is played by Rita Wilson; and Samantha is now Moore, who has grown into a Marlboro-Red-chain-smoking sci-fi author with obviously a penchant for outré suiting.
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