Okay, so we looked at different types of jeans, as well as the different sizes available. If you have taken your measurements, then you have a hard idea of the size of the jeans you are going to, which can also help with the shape (especially when it comes to choosing a stand-up style).
But if you are looking for a high-quality, loose pair of jeans that suits you as a second skin, then this really fits your body shape. Look at the picture above, and see which one is most similar to your silhouette.
Hourglass Shapes Jeans
If you study yourself as a curly, or have an aurlass figure, it is often said that this particular body type can come from many jean styles. So, if you are lucky enough to be an hourglass model, then you can choose from many different styles of jeans. Here’s another one you can check out:
Skinny Jeans: these look gorgeous in hourglass shape and are worn with a cat-appropriate tank top and a pair of high heels to lengthen your legs, and really accentuate the hourglass shape. Choose a high-waisted type if you want to strengthen the slim waist.
Rounded jeans or ‘Apple’ Shapes
If you are a round shape (sometimes known as an ‘apple’ shape), then the middle one will be a larger part. For this reason, it is a good idea to choose high-waisted denim jeans, to give you comfort but also to help create the illusion of a lighter waist. Here’s how to look:
Boot Cut Jeans: having a high waistline under baggy jeans women will help balance your waist, keeping your legs in balance. If you want to balance the upper half of your body, then you can choose a waist cincher and a nice cardigan with ruffles shoulders to keep everything in balance.
Jeans for Straight or ‘Box’ Shapes
Generally, if you describe yourself as having a box-shaped body, this means that you are moving straight up and down, without any part of the hourglass shape and your waist and hips will be equal. Since we want to create an hourglass number whenever possible, select the following:
High-rise Jeans: these are great ideas for box-like torso because they usually fit you in the waist, rotate your body and make your waistline look like you want it to be. Choose a cut-out shoe if you like, but try to balance your upper half if you have tight shoulders.
Other Common Types of Jeans
- Jeggings – these are often described as a cross between jeans and leg warmers and are fun if your main goal is comfort and firmness. They tend to stretch too much, hugging the body to perfection without control.
- Skinny or Super Skinny – these are the perfect kind of jeans, usually giving the appearance (but not the feel too much) of extra tightness. They look similar to Jeggings, but are generally considered to be genuine pairs of jeans, since they usually feature pockets and buttons. They are attached to the legs, making them ideal for strengthening long, thin legs.
- Straight Leg Jeans – this is a beautiful durable type of jeans that never seems out of fashion. Straight leg jeans are exactly that; jeans with a straight leg that does not change in width under the entire length of the leg. This usually means that they fit more around the thighs than they do around the calf and legs.
- Slim Leg Jeans – this type of jeans cover the gap between straight leg jeans and skinny jeans, and is a cross between the two. They are usually placed over the hips and thighs, and cut a white line to the edge, just like the leg of straight legs.
- Boot Cut Jeans – this style of jeans is slightly fitted in the hip area and then extended from the knees to the hem. The best way to think about boot cut jeans is to assume that it has been designed to fit boots, which need to increase the width in calves and leg areas.
- Flared jeans – flared black jeans for women usually accentuate the hip and the upper leg as well as the lower extremities of the skin, much like a torn shoe. The level of illumination may differ from the modern practice. They may sometimes be known as bell bottom jeans, but this style is usually very hot, similar to the styles worn by hippies in the 1960s and 70s.
- Wide Leg Jeans – this style of jeans has a wide circle up to the length of the leg. For this reason, they can also be called baggy fit or loose fit jeans – but it should be noted that different styles sometimes have a strong circle on the legs.