Wednesday, May 23, 2018

How To Find The Perfect… Denim Jeans

Hi Readers,

There’s nothing more frustrating than trying on a pair of jeans, getting in the fitting room and then feeling disappointed by your decision because they either don’t fit or not flattering to your body. It sometimes seems as though you have tried on many jeans in the same size but none of them ever fit the same. I have had this happen to me so many times and honestly it’s so draining I end up leaving the store and going home.

How Do I Find the Right Jeans For My Body Type?

                All of us have different shapes, sizes and styles so finding the right pair of jeans can be a big task. Luckily there are tips and tricks for each of you on finding the perfect pair of jeans. All you need to do is follow a few of these steps and remember them when heading to the changing room of your latest denim department. It could save you a lot of time, stress and upset and hopefully help you in finding those long awaited jeans you have been looking for!

Here are some tips for finding the best pair of jeans for your body

  • When trying on jeans, notice if they go on easily. If they do, go down a size. Struggling to get into the legs is a key to finding good jeans. Jeans always stretch.
  • The waistband should be snug. Try to fit two fingers down the back. If you can fit your whole hand, they are too loose, if only one or no fingers, too tight.
  • Look for a curved, or pieced waistband. Meaning it will be slightly higher at the back than the front and will curve into your waist rather than sit straight up.
  • High waisted jeans without a yoke can make the bottom look longer. Look for styles with a yoke if this is a concern.
  • Make sure there is no ‘grab’ room at the crotch. The jeans should be nice and firm when you buy them, and loosen with wear.
  • Memory is a must when buying jeans with a lot of stretch. Look for a good quality denim that has great “memory,” meaning the denim springs back after you wear it.
  • When buying jeans with super stretch buy them firm but not overly tight. If you have ‘seam strain’ (the seam is pulling apart) down the legs, they are possibly too tight and this could damage the stretch.

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