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Denim trends might come and go, but one trend has prevailed since the 90s: Bootcut jeans. There's a good reason why this style remains popular year after year — they flatter every woman's figure. Have wide hips? The flare at the calf balances you out. Have large calves? The bootcut provides great camouflage. Apple shape? They show off your slim hips and draw focus to your lower body. Pear shape? Well, these make your curves stand out!
The latest iteration of the bootcut style is a pared-down cross between a tapered straight leg and a kick flare. Case in point: The NYDJ Barbara Bootcut Jeans, and they're on sale for 30 percent off right now.
The Barbaras are made to flatter your every curve. It's all thanks to the Lift Tuck tech, which contours and perks your booty, plus they're super stretchy, so whether you gain or lose a couple of pounds, they'll still fit you just like they're tailor-made just for your body. They're made of a blend of cotton, elastomultiester and lycra (Read: You won't need to unbutton the top button after a big lunch).
The NYDJ jeans boast a figure-flattering high-rise that nips in right at your waist, plus they're fitted through the hips and thighs, only to flare out ever-so-slightly at the knee through the ankle. Pair with a t-shirt, blouse, or your favorite sweater — either way, they look great! The same goes for shoes: Try them with sneakers, booties, or even sandals once it gets warmer out. Have a night out planned? Try a sparkly blouse with a pair of heeled booties. Looking for more styling tips? Check out the video here.
The jeans are available in both regular and petite sizes ranging from 00 to 18 (14 for petites). As for the sale price? They're marked down to $70 from $99. First-time QVC shoppers can save an extra $15 off their purchase with code OFFER. But you need to hurry because this sale ends on Friday, January 14.
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