Sophie Turner's Take on Low-Rise Jeans Is Correct (Sorry, I Don't Make the Rules!)

Kelsey Garcia
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British actress Sophie Turner poses during a photocall as part of the 45th Deauville US Film Festival, on September 7, 2019, in Deauville. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)        (Photo credit should read LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images)
British actress Sophie Turner poses during a photocall as part of the 45th Deauville US Film Festival, on September 7, 2019, in Deauville. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP) (Photo credit should read LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images)

Sophie Turner has a lot of strong feelings about denim. In a recent interview with Vogue about her latest Louis Vuitton campaign, the actress shared her thoughts on baggy jeans (she's a fan), wearing jeans at home (nope), and the polarizing return of the low-rise-jean trend (biggest nope).

"It's kind of offensive!"

"I'm excited about embracing fashion again; I've been dressing up for myself," Sophie told the magazine. "It's actually really annoying though, because just as I've had a baby, everyone all of a sudden wants to wear low-rise jeans. It's kind of offensive!" It's true: though high-waisted jeans still reign supreme for many, the low-rise-jean trend has been creeping its way back into the mainstream, with the hip-hugging silhouette appearing in some runway shows again.

Sophie also critiqued her husband Joe Jonas's penchant for wearing jeans while simply sitting around at home. "He surprisingly puts in a little bit more effort than me," she said. "He's always embraced high fashion and dressing up. I thought it was psychotic how he would wear jeans during the pandemic, while we were just sitting at home. I was like, What kind of serial killer does that?"

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Surprisingly, there is one unexpected denim trend Sophie is on board with. "Because I'm a mom, I'm desperate to be cool now. So I'm trying to go with baggy tops and baggy jeans," she said, referring to the slouchy, teen-approved silhouette that sparked a cross-generational debate. Since that's not an official mandate against skinny jeans, however, we'd be curious to hear her take on those, too.