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Choosing the right jeans for your body shape
Jeans are the staple ingredient of our wardrobes. They are also one of
the most difficult items of clothing to shop for - they are up there with
To wear jeans successfully you need to get the fit just right - the style,
the denim colour and texture and also the right length and cut.
Your body shape will help you make the right jeans choice as there are some definite dos and don'ts depending on your figure.
The best jeans for those of us who are bottom heavy is the universally flattering Boot-cut. The flare at the bottom of boot cuts helps to minimize the appearance of heavy thighs or wide hips.
Cut mid-rise (about 2 fingers below the belly button) they will lengthen and slim your legs, or if you have a little excess that easily turns to a muffin belly, then opt for the higher cut 'on the waist' option.
A dark wash gives the most slimming look. Wear heels to add height and
lengthen legs, as the longer the jeans then the longer (and thinner) your
Choose big pockets on your bum as it keeps your proportions. Small pockets too far apart, or no pockets on the back of your jeans can widen your rear
Try to avoid too much fussy embellishment on the back pockets, if you're bothered by the size of your backside. Vertical seams, both on the pockets and down the back of the jeans, also help to make you look longer rather than wider. if you are very concious of your bottom's size wearing a low rise cut can help shorten your bum, and a flare at the ankles will help create balance.
Wear jeans long, touching the bottom of your ankle bones with heels to
lengthen legs and make a flattering shape.
High-waisted jeans can help hold in your stomach and slim your profile.
Choose straight-cut jeans as these will lengthen your legs and are also
slimming. High-waisted jeans can give the illusion of height, as can Hipster/
low-rise jeans as they also elongate the body, making you appear taller.
Wear them long with heels.
Choose long flared jeans that are snug through the thigh, like slim bootcuts, show off gorgeous long legs. Skinny and low rise jeans work well too. Wear heels with hems down to the floor to make your legs go on forever.
Skinny, low rise jeans make the most of your slim legs and your trim tum can take exposure. Wear a chunky belt to bring attention to your slim waist and hips.
Choose a jean with a low waist to lengthen the body - low rise are the
right jean choice for you.
Choose a regular rise or high waisted jean.
High-set or angled pockets can give a flat bottom more shape. Boyish figures should choose cigarette or tapered jeans, because they are slim at the calves they make the hips look fuller and add curves to a flat bottom.
Jean Styles - know and recognise the different cuts of jeans
Emma's Daily Diet Tip
When you reach a
point in your exercise where you feel you can't do another step - running,
jogging, or walking - chant inwardly to yourself 'lovely legs'
over and over, like a mantra and focus in your mind on a picture of your
lovely, toned and cellulite-free new pins!
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