What kind of jeans suit you better?

Jeans are timeless pieces but with constantly changing fashion trends the style for them has evolved as well.  We often find ourself trying to figure out which cuts are best for us based our body type.

Well… you don’t have to stress anymore! Here is some useful information that will help you pick what works best for you.

Curvy Girls:

If you have some curves in your body the best way to go will be a high waist straight bootcut jean. This will wrap your body like a glove and accentuate your waist avoiding the look of a muffin top. It’s up to you if you want to choose a distressed jean or one that is more dressy…. It will all depend on the occasion. TIP: try on different brands until you find the one that suits you best.

 

Short Girls: 

Skinny high waist jeans will make your legs look longer so you will look taller! TIP: You can also go for the wide bootcut and high heels with a platform.

 

Tall Girls:

If you do not want to make your legs the focal point of your outfit Mid-Rise Waist jeans is the way to go. If you prefer the high waist option you can also use capri skinny jeans and let your shoes be the protagonist of your look! TIP: be careful using Low-Rise jeans since they can really accentuate the muffin top…

 

Long Waisted Girls:

If you have a long torso you may want to opt for a High Waist jean. This way it will help make your torso look shorter. TIP: Do not use Low Rise jeans, they will make your torso looks much longer!

Big Hips:

If you don’t want you hips be the center of attention a High Waist or Mid Rise jean is the best choice. They will shape your hips and will accentuate your waist instead. TIP: Jeans with bigger pockets will help your hips look smaller.

 

Athletic shape:

Low Rise or Mid Rise jeans will make you look amazing! High Waisted jeans will make you look thinner. TIP: when buying jeans try to go for those that lift your butt, usually jeans with small back pockets do the trick!

 

All the pieces displayed in the article are from Levi Strauss & Co.

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