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Jeans 101 - Finding the Right Fit For Your Body


jeans can be a girl's best friend - or her worst nightmare. With so many different blends out there in the jeans market, finding the right one for your body type may be a complex process of trial and error. There are classic fit jeans, skinny jeans, boot cut, trouser cut, straight cut, bell bottom - but who looks best with your figure? All women want to have at least a few pairs of great-fitting jeans in the closet, no matter the season. Jeans are trendy and classic at the same time.

jeans can be a girl's best friend - or her worst nightmare. With so many different blends out there in the jeans market, finding the right one for your body type may be a complex process of trial and error. There are classic fit jeans, skinny jeans, boot cut, trouser cut, straight cut, bell bottom - but who looks best with your figure? All women want to have at least a few pairs of great-fitting jeans in the closet, no matter the season. Jeans are trendy and classic at the same time.

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finding the perfect pair of jeans

So what's a girl to do? Let's start to figure out the secret of the perfect pair of jeans looking at the basic cuts you'll encounter when you go shopping.

boot cut . Many women love the boot cut jeans, and with good reason. This cut looks good on a wide variety of female forms, especially if you bother to measure your rise (from his jeans caught on the button) before kupnje.Rez little boot will hug the hips and thighs and flare slightly at the base. Not as wide as bell bottom cut, and not as relaxed as flares, women of all sizes, shapes and ages can wear this flattering cut.

Classic cut. We only include classic cuts on this list as a warning to avoid it. If you pick up a couple of classic cut jeans, drop them immediately and run the other way. Classic cut jeans are also known as "mom" jeans and very unpleasant. They are very noticeable bulge over the hips and taper down the leg, which naturally draws the eye to the midsection - the area that most people do not want to have more attention to. Do not commit suicide fashion wearing a classic cut jeans - it can not be emphasized enough. These are literally my grandma's jeans.

flare . Flare jeans are perfect for high women because cut has the appearance of making one is shorter. For this same reason, if you have a thin frame, do not go for a cut or flare leg. Can someone tell frumpy? Beware of "trouser cut," which is actually a flare leg in disguise. At the extreme flare reduces the bell bottom, it is definitely best if left in the seventies, where he originated -. At a time when everyone was too busy to love (not war) to really worry about what your pants look like

straight cut. If you're the little lady, then straight cut May be for you. This cut is straight from the bottom hook up to your feet. Women with short legs will find that a straight cut leg adds an elongated appearance. On the flip side, if you're tall, stay away from the straight cut unless you want to look taller. Hey, some people believe that schools are women legs can never, ever be too long. Women of all shapes can usually go with a straight cut. This is a personal choice for taller women

Skinny jeans . The most popular jeans are skinny jeans now, although the history of lean Jean tells us that it can come in and out of style as the blowing wind. This may be because the skinny jean is definitely not for every woman - or even for the most žena.Mršav Jean will embrace all the curves you have, from the ankle to his hip, and everywhere in between. For some women with perfect legs, skinny jeans are the "bomb". Most women, however, have some weaknesses somewhere in the leg region, if the thighs are a little too much meat or extra weight in your hips. If you want to be comfortable with his character, if you were wearing a spray-painted version of the denim, and then skip the skinny jeans.

A good rule of thumb for women to use when buying jeans that do not worry so much about what other people think -. I go with what feels good to them

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