How to find the fit that’s perfect for you…


The Perfect Fit

We’re all unique – that’s what makes us special. Like our sense of style and taste, our bodies too are different. What suits one may     not suit the other – it’s the same with jeans – you need to learn how to make the trends work for you. Jeans are a staple – while        faded, distressed and ripped jeans are everywhere at the moment, these don’t work for everyone.

If you have slim hips and thighs these are actually perfect for you as they will create curvature and shape, but if you’re naturally  curvy, try and avoid the whiskering and look for clean washes. If you’re more of a pear shape, then a boot cut or wider leg jean is  the ideal fit for you, unless of course you’re going to work it with high heels and a straight leg or skinny pair – these naturally accentuate your curves. If you want to go one step further and dress it up, go for a dark rinse wash or colored pair and really make a statement.

If you personally prefer a pair that fits like a second skin, then go for a snug fit EXCEPT for on the waist. If you go up a size, the jeans are likely to stretch out during the course of the day and look unflattering. Instead sit down, stretch a bit and see how the jeans form to your figure when you try them on.

Finally to look like a knock out in your jeans, please remember the importance of pocket placement.  If yours lacks shape should try a flap back pocket or a detailed back pocket design for a lifting effect.  A fuller behind should stick with minimal pocket design, and a moderately sized pocket for a great shaping feature.

That’s all for now, Have a Great Weekend!


One Response to “How to find the fit that’s perfect for you…”

  1. 1 Xara

    Fantastic!!! Hopefully this will drive us to the perfect pairs. Tks.

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