5 easy ways to curl your jeans

5 easy ways to curl your jeans

5 easy ways to curl your jeans

Rolling your jeans gives you a more masculine enhanced look and looks stunning with a good pair of boots. Most of these methods require between 2 to 6 inches of extra fabric.

Way to curl your jeans number one: Stacking

Stacking is a more fashion-forward style. There is no rolling needed for this method. Just let the extra fabric pool at your ankles. This looks best with skinny or slim fit jeans.

Way to curl your jeans number two: Deep cuff

This is an old-school fold that creates a very rugged look. This fold is very easy to do. Simply roll the cuff up 4-6 inches. Stick to 4 inches if you are shorter. Go for 6 inches if you are taller. This looks best with slim or classic fit jeans.

Way to curl your jeans number three: Two-inch roll

This method is perfect for shorter guys, or for those who want a more subtle look. Start by rolling the cuff up 2,5 inches and finish by tucking in the hem for a clean look. This looks best with skinny or slim fit jeans.

Way to curl your jeans number four: Pin roll

This method is the military shirt tuck for jeans. Put on your uncuffed jeans and stand up straight. Pinch and fold the fabric at the bottom of the inner seam, hold the fold in place and roll up the jeans to form a 1-inch cuff.

  • PRO TIP: Use a rubber band to keep the roll in place

This looks best with skinny fit or slim fit jeans.

Way to curl your jeans number five: Double roll

This method is simple, quick and easily stays in place. Roll up the bottom about 1-inch. Finish by rolling again, but this time going up 1,5-inches. This looks best with skinny, slim or classic fit jeans.

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