has always been the favourite in the fashion world.
Jeans is available in different styles, cut and has
become an all purpose wear. However to flaunt your figure
you need to wear the pair that fits you best. You need
to pick the pair of jeans that fit you perfectly and
make you look amazing. Well it is not that difficult………all
you have to do is try on several pair to find just the
right style and fit. Also follow these guidelines.
jeans: Look for styles that are plain
and simple with straight legs. If you want to draw attention
to your long legs then go for a style with a flared
leg or design along the outside length of the jean.
with a tapered leg. This will only accentuate the size
of your feet (and taller girls often have big feet)
and make your legs look strange.
In your body type it is very difficult to choose
the perfect jeans. Ideally you should go for a pair
of jeans with a defined waist that will make your bottom
half look longer and leaner. Also wear a belt since
it will define your body shape perfectly.
Jeans with a long, bulky or tight crotch.
Go for styles with a flared leg, boot cut or pattern
around the ankle area.
Jeans that are tight around the thigh area and tapered
or baggy styles.
Perfect jeans: Choose
a jean with a low-rise waist and a slight flare at the
leg to help to balance your silhouette. Go for jeans
with a bit of stretch and make sure they have large
Styles with really big or really small back pockets
and detailing across the back.
Perfect jeans: Go
for a pair with straight legs, worn on the long side,
to help give you a taller silhouette. To make your legs
look longer wear heels with a boot leg style, and make
sure you go for dark-coloured jeans.
If you’re after a pair of jeans that will make
your legs look longer, avoid styles with cuffs and Capri
Go in for hipsters or super-hipsters. Low-slung, hipster
styles will give you the illusion of having a longer
with a zip more than 3 inches long and jeans with fringe
or embellishment along the waistband.
Go for dark-coloured jeans with a straight leg, boot
cut or flare.
jeans and styles that feature patterning down the legs.
Also avoid jeans with pleats and elastic waists, as
well as baggy styles.