Jeans guide: The perfect fit for every shape

Perfectly fitting jeans don’t just make your bum and legs look good, they are also very comfortable. Selfnation helps you to find out which style works best for your body type – there is a perfect fit for every shape!

Long legs, feminine curves or a sporty structure? All of us have different body types. And since that is the case, there shall also be a perfect jeans for each and every one of us! Selfnation shows you how to find the ideal style for your shape. We are one nation of individuals. We are Selfnation.

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WOMEN

Slim & Ankle Length jeans

Slim fit & ankle length jeans do not only accentuate your backside but also your thighs and calves. These trousers look best on women who feel comfortable showing their body. Slim fit & ankle length jeans are the right choice for women who want to emphasize their long legs. A feminine shape cuts a good figure in them as well, since the style draws attention to the ankles. By combining the jeans with high heels, the leg can be optically lengthened in a blink of an eye. By the way: go for darker colors, and your choice will definitely flatter your figure.

Flared jeans

The flared cut is the surprise comeback of the year and just fits every body shape. The flared leg masks the calves and makes every leg – no matter how athletic – look harmonious. We can only encourage shorter women to embrace the flared leg cut: you will make the look perfect with wedges or any other heeled sandal.

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Straight Fit

Women sometimes complain about their legs being too robust. Especially for them, a straight fit cut can be a true advantage. The linear cut lengthens the body optically and leads to a more proportional overall look. Shorter and very skinny women will often feel more comfortable in slim jeans. But again: the shoes can change everything. Heels at your feet will make you look good in straight fit regardless of your body type.

Low & High Waist

Regardless of the style you choose, the waistband cut of your trousers is key. High waisted jeans can have a masking effect on waist and hips. Jeans with a low waist cut accentuate a flat stomach and lengthen the upper body. No matter which cut you prefer, it is important that the waistband has the right size in order to avoid the notorious “muffin top effect”.

A midwaist cut draws the attention to the buttocks and lengthens your thighs. This comfortable style particularly flatters body types with the typical problem zones saddlebags, belly and a flat buttocks.

If you care to draw the attention to your upper body, choose a low waist cut. This style is particularly flattering for flat bellys. Women with a small, round buttocks will also find the low waist cut to be their style of choice. Especially for people with a casual style, the low waist jeans will be ideal.

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MEN

Slim Fit

When buying slim fit jeans you should consider that they should not be too tight. Make sure they fit really well! Otherwise your trousers will look much more like leggings. Selfnation knows all about that and anticipates this possibility with its very own algorithm in order to create slim fit jeans for every body type. Especially for men with an athletic built should make sure not to feel restricted in their slim fits.

Straight Fit

A straight fit cut is a good choice for men, regardless of their built. The straight cut is timeless and easily combinable. Men with an athletic body type or the beginnings of a paunch should turn to our straight fit cut. For business but also for leisure – this cut fits every dude. You can combine this style with sneakers as well as elegant footwear.

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