BY NATALIE – We all have those days when we just want to pull on a pair of jeans to create a casual look, without wanting to deal with uncomfortably tight denim creations that pinch and dig in. Even buying oversized trousers often doesn’t seem to make a difference. Sometimes, denim (especially raw denim) just feels like it is grating your skin. And when you take the jeans off it feels like years pass before all the lumps and bumps from the denim digging in disappear completely from your skin. And don’t you just wish we could go back to the good old days when we could dig out our trusty old comfy leggings at every opportunity rather than shamefully hiding them at the back of the wardrobe? Well, we have the answer for you: Hyperflex from Replay. Now these jeans are something really special.
These jeans are bang on trend and their super-elastic material means they are extremely comfortable to wear as well as nice to look at. “What is the secret behind Hyperflex?” I hear you ask. The innovative structure of the fibres in the thread used boasts high elasticity, extreme form stability and unparalleled comfort. With its motto #strechyourlimits, the Replay brand has been able to get big names like Alessandra Ambrosio on board as the face of these revolutionary trousers.
One thing is for sure: I am a huge fan and couldn’t imagine being without these fully versatile jeans. The fit is perfect and the comfort is the key selling point. Your skin is guaranteed to love you forever if you treat it to the soft texture of this comfy material.
These versatile jeans are a great starting point for a casual everyday outfit. Combine with a classic light-coloured blouse for a sensational outfit with a touch of elegance. Adding a modern, dark-blue trench coat is a simple way of rounding off this relaxed look. Stylish accessories like my white New Balance sneakers, which go with literally everything, and my premium blue leather Gvyn handbag with its minimalist design make this chilled daytime outfit that little bit more modern. And I would even add a baseball cap myself, you know, if I was having a bad hair day or something…