No matter how many jeans you have in your closet, you always feel like you’re on the hunt for “the perfect pair of jeans.” It is simple; Not at all! Just think about how many times you’ve been in a fitting room holding a pair of jeans that you thought would fit you perfectly and ended up being a big fail.

However, there is a way to find the right jeans for you, without giving you a headache. What you need to do is pay attention: From size to silhouette and length, as well as smaller aesthetic details such as washing and wear. All of this affects how the jeans look on you.

And since this is probably one of the pieces of your wardrobe that you will wear the most, it is important to make a good choice and, of course, a choice in which you will feel good.

Follow the following tips of… and success is guaranteed!

  • High-waisted or low-waisted?

No matter what’s in fashion, find what waist makes you feel best. Are you a high-waisted or low-waisted fan? The choice is up to you. Remember, however, that in general the most flattering waist is the curvy waist. Low-rise jeans can push your tummy in an unflattering way, while high-waisted jeans can make your waist look wider thanks to all that fabric.

  • Choose the appropriate silhouette

There are so many different options when it comes to jeans, from loose boyfriend fits to rockstar skinnies and retro flared bells. The best advice? Don’t limit yourself by thinking you can only wear one style. Explore all your options until you find the app that pleases you the most.

  • Pay attention to the specifics

Whether or not a pair of jeans will fit you isn’t just about the size, it’s also about how they’re sewn. There are brands that now have Curvy Fit jeans, specially designed to flatter wider hips and thighs, while many brands offer the same jeans in regular, petite and tall options.

  • Pick your pockets carefully

If you don’t want to emphasize your rear, avoid jeans that have back pockets, buttons, studs or embroidery, which add volume to the area. On the other hand, decorative elements on the back are a good idea if your purpose is the exact opposite, i.e. if you want to emphasize that part of your body.

  • “Yes” to the comfortable line

Jeans don’t have to feel restrictive. Find a comfortable pair of jeans so you don’t have to wear overalls every time you don’t want your clothes to oppress you. It will help to choose jeans mixed with lycra, elastane, polyurethane or spandex rather than 100% cotton. It’s also important to pay attention to sizing when buying super-stretch jeans. If a glove fits you at first, but is too comfortable, it’s likely to loosen over time, ultimately ending up not being what you wanted. If you can, go a size smaller, as it is more likely to prove to be a better fit in the long run.

  • Don’t freak out about the size

Don’t get too hung up on numbers, especially when it comes to completely different size scales. Focus on the application, not the number. After all, this is the important element for the final choice.

  • Watch out for fades

Choose the color and fades of the fabric carefully. Jeans that are wider in the center of the leg give the illusion of a long, slim silhouette. That said, avoid pants with a fade in the rear or thighs if you don’t want them to add bulk. They work like projectors.

  • Don’t hesitate to take it to a tailor

It will be very difficult to find pants in the market that will fit your body perfectly. However, if you fall in love with a pair of jeans that don’t fit you perfectly, you don’t have to give them up. However, take it to your local tailor to make the necessary adjustments. Why settle for less when you can have perfect?

  • Jeans Cyrillic or with tears and erasures?

What is better to choose? Of course, the answer depends on you and your personal tastes. However, if you choose slits and other trendy touches, it’s good to keep a measure and not overdo it with exaggerations.

  • Go up… level

If you feel like your legs look short in jeans, first of all, they’re not. If, however, it looks bad on you, you can always combine your jeans with a pair of heels or booties to visually elongate your lower body. When you wear heels, you automatically activate the muscles of the calf, thighs and buttocks, to keep your balance. The result; Everything looks tighter and longer.