Back of Denim Designer Spotlight: Current/Elliott Are you tired of uncomfortable, skin-tight jeans? If you're nodding your head yes, nab yourself a pair of Current/Elliott jeans — if you can. Celebrity stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott initially caused a frenzy of interest in their loose-fit jeans when they wore them to fittings and photo shoots. Since then, the duo's denim line has celebrities, including Rachel Bilson and Katie Holmes, and budding stylistas alike waiting to get their hands on a pair. Their vintage cuts, such as the Elephant Bellbottom, the Boyfriend Jean, and the Bush Flare Jean all have a "worn-in" feel with washes ranging from "Loved" to "Super Loved." And if you like them extra used, check out their "Destroyed" option, which includes holes and finishes that will make it look you've had these jeans for years. Don't forget to take our jean pocket quiz if you're a jean junkie! To see more from Current/Elliot, . View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Flynet and Source Comments Isista 9 years I didn't decide to get into the skinny jean trend, and this one isn't looking so promising either. I don't really care if my jeans are out of style or whatever; they fit me well, are comfortable and can be dressed up or down. naziazholesusuck 9 years these are just awful. i can't decide which is worse, these are the cut-offs? i like my clothes to fit well and look tailored and the right size. this looks like a construction werker. designergirl 9 years megin, I was thinking that you had to be tall to wear them! I'm petite, and while I have the no curves part down, I'm afraid I would look too stumpy. wren1 9 years I'll pass on this trend for now. lemuse20 9 years I guess I was ahead of this trend as I just lost 30 lbs and couldn't let go of a few certain pair of jeans that I could just barely get away with a belt (btw I finally let them go). Not loving the cuff at the bottom though, I think it makes you look shorter IMO, which I don't need at 5'4. CYL 9 years didn't give in to skinnies will not give in to these. I know what looks best on me and neither of these styles are flattering! Gladiator heels on the other hand?! I am all over! There will always be so many trends I pick and choose what looks good on me...you don't have to wear all the trends of one season to look good. mlen 9 years yea i agree with shopper- i think you have to lack curves to wear them- and also be petite- i'm a tall girl and i think i'd look silly in them neonbee 9 years I love the Boyfriend jean too! But I wouldn't do the Holmes-style unless they were too long. shopper_girl8 9 years I have the boyfriend jean and LOVE it. But, I'm about as straight as a ruler, and I think the pants look better on those of us who aren't curvy. They are seriously the most comfortable pair of jeans I have ever owned. Francoisehardly 9 years That's what my jeans more or less look like now that they're becoming too big for me. I rather wear something that looks like it fits. Kkkkkkkkkkk 9 years But holes in jeans never look as if you've had the jeans for years, it always just looks like you bought a pair of jeans with holes in them. This shape would look terrible on about 90% of the female population. bastylefilegirl 9 years I like the jean and the general fit hate that cuff though.... tabitha26 9 years Nope. Those are ugly as hell. So are Katie's. If I I ever want a busted up pair of rolled up mom's jeans, I'll buy a pair of Lee jeans and bust'em and roll'em up myself. Probably save $200. Abbigail 9 years It's going to take me a while to like this trend, but maybe I'll succumb. shannydoots 9 years This is one denim fad I don't see myself wearing... too manly & unflattering. emalove 9 years I love my skinny jeans best, but sometimes, I would rather wear a comfy, worn-in pair like these!