You Asked, We Found: Liv Tyler's Wide Leg Jeans

03/06/2007 at 01:55 PM ET

On Monday, March 5, there was a photo of Liv Tyler wearing great jeans with the caption “What skinny jean trend?…” What kind of jeans is she wearing? Thank you, Stasia McGrath

First Kate Moss, then pals Nicole and Paris, and even Rachel Bilson were spotted without their signature skinny jeans. Now Liv Tyler is bringing back the wide leg. For a meeting in Beverly Hills on Thursday the star stepped out in a pair of Seven For All Mankind “Ginger” jeans in light weight mercer. The “Ginger” is the widest jean Seven offers and is available at 7forallmankind.com for $143. Wonder who will retire the skinny jean next? And if you are loving her shirt it is the Twisted Ladder Lace Drappe Neck Cardigan by Marc Jacobs, $905, an can be purchased by calling the Boston store (617-425-0707).

Got something you want us to find? Email us your question, and we’ll track down your favorite star styles. See more of the pieces we’ve found in Off the Rack, click here.

Photo:Michael Anthony/Pacific Coast News

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alice on

I’m hope more designers make wide legged jean, they are so much more flattering for my body.

AnnieM on

I’m too short to wear them, but they look nice on the taller ladies.

Elda on

I like them i think they are really cute but the price. They look so comfy and relaxing! I’d buy a pair on my price wage if i can find some?

enigma on

I am glad wide leg pants are making a come back! I am tall, almost 6ft, wide leg pants don’t make you look as tall as skinny jeans. Besides, wide leg pants usually make your butt look really good!!! And, remember back in the mid 90’s when wide legs were all the rage!!

Cheers and Enjoy your wide steppin’!

Kristina on

To Elda-

I have a pair of Gap trouser jeans and they look really similar to the ones that Liv is wearing in that picture and they were about 1/3 the price of those Seven jeans (around $50) and they are super comfy!

Tamara on

I am SO glad the wider leg is coming back. I’m 6 feet tall, but no size two so the skinny jean was not a great look for me (unless I tucked them into boots, but even that got tiresome).

I only pray that the high-waisted trend also makes an exit soon. As with the skinny jeans, high-waisted pants take a certain body type and it takes the right figure for the rear end not to look huge in them. Plus where is the fine balance between high-waisted and mom jeans?

R on

Of course! Wow, I’ve been waiting so long for these to come in and when I saw them I knew I had to get them. I think their great. I can’t wait to get my pair.

Linds on

I love them; but why is she said to be ‘retiring’ her skinny jeans by being seen in these once? I think skinny jeans are fabulous AND I like the wide legged jeanas as well. Why must it be one or the other? If you can carry off either style, then I say go for it!

Delaney on

These are sooo much more flattering on the majority (read: normal-sized) American women. I have hated the skinny leg trend – I love a wide boot-cut style. My favorites are from Wrangler47.

JH on

Thank god there are some other trendy options besides the skinny now. Skinny pants or jeans just do not look good on someone like me who has short legs and bigger thighs. Then again, too wide wouldn’t look good on me either. What happened to the bootcut…a cut that flatters most people!

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