Bootcuts are back in fashion - did they ever truly go out of style? Check out our guide on this classic style and find your fit.
Sophie Stanbury wears Martha
Lisa Snowdon wears Tilda
The iconic noughties bootcut is cut slim to the knee and flares out dramatically to the hem. And bootcuts come in a variety of lengths, from cute crops to sidewalk-sweepers.
STYLE 1: THE CROPPED BOOTCUT
Whether your petite or tall, Molly works for everyone. Finsihing just above the ankle and with a frayed edge Molly ticks all the bootcut boxes.
STYLE 2: SAILOR STYLE
The leg shape on Tilda took months to perfect... It had to work for everyone. The leg doesn’t narrow too tightly at the knee. This means Tilda can be taken up but still give you maximum bootcut sailor style.
STYLE 3: THE TRUEST BOOTCUT
Martha is a true bootcut. Made from extra strechy denim and with a slim shpae the knee with a strong bootcut finish. These jeans are for fashionistas who never lost the love for a bootcut.
STYLE 4: PATCH POCKET
Another classic bootcut shape is Hope. But its not just the shape that makes hope so flattering, Hope features patch pockets at the front with pin tuck seams to elongate the leg even further... we challenge you to find a more flattering style than Hope.
YOUR PERSONAL STYLE ADVISORS
Not sure which bootcut will work for you? Our expert stylists Annelise, Valentina and Tash are on always on hand to help. They'll answer your questions by WhatsApp or Facetime, completely free.