Today I'll tell you how to to choose jeans that fit your butt and make you look and feel so good, you want to wear them every single day. Size and shape are do not matter, this simple style tips will help you choose the pair that is just right for your body.

How to Choose Jeans

Fit challenge: The "muffin top"

 


Low-rise jeans cause a little bit of belly but high-wasted cuts is not your style and are too stiff.Solution: A mid-rise style which is loose enough to contain midsections but still give some shape.

What to look for:

  • If you currently own a problem pair, wear them with a loose fitting tunic.
  • A wide waistband helps hold in your belly.
  • Seek out brands geared toward women, not juniors.
  • They tend to be cut higher, and better flatter adult bodies.

 

 

Fit challenge: Plus-size curves

 


You have got curves and can not find jeans that are both slimming and comfortable.Solution: The slight flare of a boot-cut style balances curvy hips and s full bust.

What to look for:

  • Steer clear of any kind of faded effects, like “whispering,” that draw attention to thighs.
  • Say no to rhinestones and other embellishments.
  • A medium rise with stretch allows for easy movement.

 

Fit challenge: Full thighs

 

You wish to swank a trim waist while slimming thighs.

Solution: Try tapered jeans with a no-gap hidden elastic waistband which hugs curves.

What to look for:

  • Stretchy fabrics help hold in thighs and provide a better fit if your waistline is smaller than your size.
  • Choose a pair that is cut especially for curvy figures, or pick a style that has built-in features like an elastic waistband.
  • Dark finishes are more slimming than light.

 

Fit challenge: Hourglass figure

 

You want jeans that hug your curves, not squish and contort them.

Solution: A style with straight lines strikes a pleasing balance with curves.

What to look for:

  • Go for a high waist to eliminate muffin top.
  • A pair that’s fitted in the hips with straight legs will slim and elongate your figure.
  • To help smooth your body lines and hug curves, go for pairs that are made with a little stretch.

 

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Fit challenge: Long legs

 

Most jeans come up short on your long legs, making it impossible to find a perfect pair.

Solution: Boot-cut jeans that come in different lengths.

What to look for:

  • Opt for a boot cut, which often flatters longer legs.

 

 

Fit challenge: Long waist

 

Your long torso means that as you move, your jeans sometimes don't move with you, causing embarrassing backside exposure.

Solution: Jeans that sit higher on the waist. These kind has hidden elastic sewn inside, preventing you from showing too much skin.

What to look for:

  • Avoid skintight denim, which can stretch out quickly and start to sag.
  • Try a higher waistline that will stay in place and will not slip down when you bend or sit.

 

 

Fit challenge: Large hips

 

Jeans that fit your hips are too big in the waist causing the fabric to bulk out.

Solution: Look for jeans with straight legs and a lightweight fabric that will drape nicely. Many companies―like Lane Bryant, Lee and Gap―offer jeans in a variety of cuts that address specific body types.

What to look for:

  • Legs that hang straight from the hip tend to be more flattering than a boot cut.
  • Plain finishes are best. Avoid fading effects that emphasize specific parts of the body.
  • Opt for trouser styles that have back pockets, plain jeans make your hips appear wider.

 

Fit challenge: Pear shape

 

You want to downplay a heavier lower half.

Solution: Jeans with a tapered leg make your lower half seem slimmer.

What to look for:

  • Add a loose belt over your shirt to create the illusion of a waistline.
  • Avoid wide legs, which make hips look wider.
  • Select straight or tapered (but not tight) styles.
  • A light-colored top that hits just below the widest point of your hips helps create balance.

 

Fit challenge: Petite frame

 

Your small frame is drowning in denim.

Solution: Wide-leg jeans that are fitted through the thigh, so they don’t overwhelm a tiny frame.

What to look for:

  • Avoid cropped cuts or caprices, which visually shorten the line of your leg.
  • Be sure the proportions of the pants are right for your body. Oversize buttons or pockets can look downright clownish on a petite figure.
  • When hemming jeans, make sure the tailoring matches the original as closely as possible—for instance, use the same color thread.

 

 

Fit challenge: No butt

 

Jeans look great on you from the front but there's a little bit of bagginess in the back or, even worse, jeans flatten your shape.

Solution: Get a little extra oomph! This pair has built-in padding to give your rear a natural-looking roundness.

What to look for:

  • Skip flat pockets. Slit pockets show off the natural curve of the behind, and pockets with a flap add a little extra volume.
  • Try padding, either built in or in a separate shapes.

 

 

Denim fit tips

 

Say no to super low: Higher waistlines are not only practical, they’re also in style this season. They keep your backside covered and eliminate the risk of muffin top!
Stop fading:To keep dark denim pristine, wash your jeans as infrequently as possible. When you do, turn them inside out and clean in cold water on the gentle cycle, then air-dry.

Think small: When looking for jeans with a lot of stretch, consider going down a size so they do not become too baggy as they lose elasticity throughout the day.