Stacked jeans are a denim style characterized by excess fabric at the ankles, creating a pleated or stacked effect. This characteristic gives a voluminous, textured appearance to the lower part of the pants. Stacked jeans are generally cut longer than standard jeans to allow for this stacked effect. They are often fitted along the entire length of the legs, contrasting with the fullness at the bottom. This style is popular for its modern, casual look, and is frequently worn in urban environments and by those following streetwear fashion trends. Jeans can be any color or wash, but are most often found in classic denim hues such as medium blue or black.