Throughout the centuries, pants and trousers, in all of their shapes and forms, were worn by both men and women because of their comfort, practicality and versatility.
While in some cultures and countries they may have been far more common for women to wear, in Western societies it took a long time for pants to become a typical, everyday garment for everyone.
The two of us over here absolutely love pants, which is no surprise considering how frequently we discuss them on our site (for example, here and here).
We have primarily focused on jeans and the different cuts and styles they come in because, in our opinion, there is still confusion regarding the names of jeans designs.
And it’s not because of ignorance either, some of these styles look so similar that you require a very sharp eye to spot the minute differences that set them apart.
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However, jeans are not the only trousers that cause confusion thanks to these details, other types of pants can be just as frustrating at times, having to remember all the names and differences.
This is why we enjoy writing about this topic as a way to help you tell apart the numerous styles of pants available and, as usual, how to best style them and which body shapes they suit better.
Today we will be looking at two styles of pants that, once again, differ so little that they are often called by each other’s name.
It’s Capris and Crops we will be discussing, two types of pants that some love and others strongly dislike. While they do indeed share many similarities, there are some distinctions between the two, which we will go into more detail in a minute.
Let’s get started!