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The rumors are true: Your skinny jeans are out of style, Long Islanders say

I want everyone to know, the skinny jean is dead,” announced Barbara Lubel co-owner Ruby & Jenna boutiques at a staff meeting a few weeks ago. And she’s far from the only one declaring the death of a long-lived, beloved silhouette.

Gen Z is seriously (like they “can’t even”) over the style opting instead for the return of flares, bells bottoms, wide-legs, stovepipes and the once-scorned, high-waisted “mom jean.”

So says Kate Farkouh, 14, a freshman at Manhasset High School who ditched all her skinny jeans months ago. “The new trend is to make fun of skinnies.

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What jeans should we wear after the pandemic? Flared, skinny, boyfriend, straight?

For a time largely spent alone, the pandemic year has prompted a lot of conversation about clothes. When lockdowns began, it seemed like every news publication ran a nearly identical roundup of advice from work-from-home veterans, who often suggested getting dressed in normal work wear every morning. That didn’t really last—a few months into the pandemic, people started recommending lists of luxury sweatshirts, daytime pajamas, and less restrictive bras. Now that vaccine distribution is ramping up, talk has turned to the expiring era of round-the-clock sweatpants, and let’s just say—I will scream into a pile of French

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Skinny Jeans and 9 Other Styles That Date You

LAST MONTH, I discovered I was unfashionably out of date. I was headed to a socially distanced lunch in New York when a glimpse at my reflection in a store window made me cringe: My leggings were paired with no-longer-trendy “ugly” sneakers. A puffer jacket, worn to stay cozy while dining in a curbside hut, planted me solidly in 2017, the year I bought the voluminous chubby at H&M .

After a year when serious concerns took precedence, there’s no shame in being blissfully stuck in a bygone era. But as we emerge from our Zoom cocoons, the time

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Gen Z deems skinny jeans out of style: What to wear instead

Cancel culture is coming for millennials and you’ll want to get the skinny on this newly nixed fashion trend.

According to Gen Z, skinny jeans are now officially over. The trend was called out on TikTok, with videos condemning the body-hugging pants and calling for their prompt removal from all closets in some very dramatic ways.

In this melodramatic and hopefully sarcastic video by user @momohkd, she instructs her 410,000 viewers to either throw the pants away, light them on fire or cut them up into something new. At least the last option was thrifty, right?

Millennials and above are

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