How to Find the Perfect Pair of Jeans

Your Guide To Finding The Right Fit

Finding the perfect pair of jeans can be quite a task. You have to take into account your body type, your preferences, and what you are looking for in terms of style. If you are tired of wasting money on jeans that don’t fit right or end up not being flattering on you at all, then the usa women’s wholesale clothing is for you! We will go through each body type and discuss how to find the best fitting jeans for YOU!

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The first thing you want to do is figure out what body type you are. Here’s a quick breakdown of the most common ones:

*Hourglass- You have an hourglass shape if your hips and busts are about the same width as your waist

*Apple (or Triangle)- If you carry more weight in your stomach area than anywhere else on your body, then you fall into this category; usually someone with an apple shaped body has narrow shoulders and wider hips/legs/stomach region

*Pear- This one is pretty self explanatory! People who look like pears will typically be smaller up top and rounder down below

If none of those apply to or if they don’t quite describe you, then just use this one!

*Rectangle- To be a rectangle shape means that you have similar measurements all around your body; in other words, your waist is about the same size as your hips and bust.

Now that we know what our shapes are it’s time to pick out some jeans specific for each type! Keep reading to find out which styles will work best with each body area. For Rectangles – Your main goal when shopping should focus on finding something flattering for your legs since they are probably the smallest part of your body. You want them to look thicker or more defined so try dark washes like black or navy blue or white if you’re brave enough (just make sure not to wear white with a belly that hangs over your waistband). If you want to add some definition to your legs, opt for jeans with whiskering or distressing on the thigh area. For Pears- The goal here is similar to what we just discussed but this time it’s about adding shape and balance around your midsection. You’ll want something dark so if you go light it will only emphasize the heaviness of your stomach/thighs; try boot cut jeans because they tend to be more flattering since they widen up over top of boots (which are typically slimming). Also consider colored washes like blue or green or print styles that draw attention away from where you might not need it!

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