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The higher rise offsets fuller hips, and the waistband is cut to mimic the natural shape of the waist so no gapping. The rear pockets are placed close together and angled inward slightly to make the booty appear smaller.
Finally, these jeans boast a crisscross panel design that instantly flattens any tummy while enhancing natural curves. More Best Jeans for a Curvy Body: I can wear them any time of day or night and feel amazing. Best of all, the cut makes me look more shapely than I actually am.
The dark wash has an elongating effect on her body, as does the inch inseam that hits just below the ankle.
Jeans that bunch up at the bottom can actually make you look shorter. That wasn't the case with these jeans: They fit like a dream, highlighting my slim legs without pinching my tummy. Victoria's Secret Siren Legging Jeans Part jeans, part leggings, these showcase Jaime's slender thighs while minimizing her midsection.
The higher-than-usual stretch content 21 percent, as opposed to the usual 2 percent results in a super slimfit that hugs every contour. Faux front pockets in front reduce bulk, helping these jeggings lie flat against the body.
The signature matte black color is also a sleek touch. Chic and comfortable AF, these dark wash jeans are well-built to maintain everyday comfort and style. Pair the straight-leg jeans with a tee and cardigan for an easy-going look. Whether you work in an ultra relaxed environment or just need jeans to get around, these are the options that offer the most day-to-day cool.
Reveal the selvage stripes below by cuffing the legs for some extra flair. These light khaki pants are a must-have that you can get away with in any setting. It's an easy way to expand your look without doing anything that's too out of your comfort zone.
Slim, Skinny or Straight. Straight to slim cuts and dark washes typically make for the best office jeans, assuming you work in a formal setting.
Made from premium brushed back selvedge denim Kaihara, these relaxed-fit jeans are a staple on those days you have to dress up, but not look too dressy. Between the sleek dark shade, minimal branding and clean look — you can leave them rolled down or cuff them up for a more casual vibe. They have the slouch and roominess of classic boyfriend jeans, but provide a more flattering shape.
Mohammad says what she loves about these s is how they enhance curves. Another plus is the flattering back, which Valle says is never saggy or bulgy. Denim for expecting mothers should of course have more give than your average pair, but you might not want one with an obvious control top. This one from DL balances stretch and style, and according to former Strat editor Jessica Sylvester, it can be worn every day and still maintain its shape.
Their low-rise waist fits right under the belly and expands trimester to trimester. A dearth of plus-size friendly options can make it difficult to find a comfy, flattering fit, but Annette Richmond — a fashion, lifestyle, and travel blogger who is a size 20 — says all of her problems are solved by these Lane Bryant skinny jeans. They have just enough stretch to be comfortable and supportive without being restrictive, or so stretchy that they lose shape easily. After two or three months, I always get holes in my jeans in the thigh area, but these have lasted after two or three years without doing that at all.
They move with me. Maxine Builder recently bought this buttoned-up pair from Madewell that has helped her feel less anxious about wearing skinny jeans. When I wear them, they automatically make me feel more confident.
If you love the look of low-rise jeans but not the effect it has on your midsection, this brilliant pair is perfect for you: The shorter zipper creates the illusion of a low-rise on a mid-rise fit. Plus, the structured denim means the front with never sag in an unflattering way. Slim, skinny, loose, tapered, cropped—everything is in play. Of course, even when things are in flux and standards are rewriting themselves, there’s one constant in men’s style: It has to fit. Sure, you can go all-in on a pair of wide-leg jeans that completely upend the conventions of the last decade. If you don’t actually want to hassle with finding the right vintage fit, the next best thing would be a vintage-y style and wash, like this pair of cropped boot-cut jeans.