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Women’s Jeans Fit Guide

How to find the perfect pair of jeans according to your figure, height, proportions, and style? We are here to lead you through the various types of women’s jeans, ensuring you will attain the desirable denim silhouette.

Our Fits

Relaxed

Roomie fit with a laid-back silhouette, can be mid- or high-rise, tapered or straight. Designed to be slightly oversized, this cut provides utter comfort and matches well with urban street-style clothing. It better fits if your height is average or above; if you are petite, choose a less baggy pair.

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Straight

Versatile and flattering for all body types and styles, this cut has straight leg, and can vary in rise. Can be cropped or full-length, featuring a plain or criss-cross waist. You will never go wrong with these ones, as they will suit any look, from business-like to casual.

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Skinny

Also known as a body-hugging fit, these jeans are designed to highlight your curves as they will become your second skin. They vary in length and rise, but each pair is utterly versatile and figure-flattering, crafted to add an elegant touch to any look.

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Bootcut

A timeless wardrobe staple, these jeans are tight across the top block with a slim leg that kicks below the knee for a bootcut leg opening. It is a heritage fit that allows easy styling due to its versatility and flattering appeal. Can vary in rise and length, but the overall shape of any pair has the same particular and stunning feel.

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Cropped

Cropped jeans can vary in types of leg featuring wide, flare, straight, skinny, etc, and the rise may also differ, but they all have the same above-ankle length. Leg hems can be finished with cuffs or bunches that will allow you to match this type with sneakers and heels, as well as ankle-high boots.

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Boyfriend

They should look like they were stolen from your boyfriend’s closet, so they generally feature a relaxed fit with a slightly oversized silhouette. The classic type offers an easy fit from hip to thigh, a subtly tapered hem, cuffs, and a mid- or low-rise. Perfect choice to complete your street-style outfit.

Baggy

Exuding a cool vintage vibe, this type has a loose fit, a relaxed and oversized look, and usually hangs low on the hips. Some variations may have high- and mid-rises as well, but then they offer more contemporary appeal. Although they are extremely versatile, these jeans are usually defined as part of casual clothing.

Wide leg

Usually jeans are considered to be wide-leg if they measure 20 inches or wider in the hem. They are designed to fit loosely in the legs, so they become baggier towards the bottom. Utterly comfortable, this type suits any fashion style and is extremely trendy.

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Our Rise

Low, mid, or high? The rise of the jeans is the distance from the top of the waistband to the seam where the crotch meets the legs of the pants. Typically, it ranges from 7 to 12 inches. This is a significant measurement, as it defines the overall look and highlights the perceived waistline.

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HIGH-RISE JEANS

10 inches and longer. Also known as high-waisted jeans, these ones have a waistband that covers the navel and fits above the natural waist. This type is considered to have a retro vibe, as it was in full swing in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Sometimes also called “mom jeans," high-rise has become extremely trendy once again.

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Mid-Rise Jeans

9 to 11 inches. Also called normal or regular rise, these jeans are meant to be worn at the natural waist, just below the navel. Versatile and neat type that is suitable for all body types, can complement any style, and can be easily dressed up or down.

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Low-Rise Jeans

7 to 8 inches. Low-rise jeans have a waistline near the top of the hip bones. They shouldn’t reach the natural waistline, but they are designed to sit well just below the waist. This type has a vintage ambience, as it was quite popular in the 60s and 70s, but nowadays we are seeing more often low-rise jeans in the new collections of the prominent brands.

Our Styles

In our women’s jeans fit guide, we are also going to describe the main styles of the jeans that you will encounter while browsing through different pairs. They are mainly defined by decorative elements and non-functional details that will enhance your style and add a unique hue to the look.

Broken waistband

An outstanding addition to your denim collection. The main highlight of these jeans is the asymmetrical cutout at the high-rise waist. If your style is bold and edgy, or if you are aiming to create it in this direction, this pair is your best option.

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Cargo

The classic pair features a loose fit, casual, laid-back apparel, and large patch pockets halfway down each leg. Cargo jeans are casual wardrobe staples that are perennially on trend. They can be easily combined with street-style bold clothing or relaxed outfits.

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Criss Cross

A unique pair that features a criss cross waist with button details and was designed to add a contemporary flair to the straight-fit jeans. Usually they are high-rise and full-length, which makes them utterly versatile and easily matching every outfit from classy to laid-back.

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Ripped

Featuring ripped details with different degrees of distressing, from little rips all the way to versions that are profusely cut and add a dramatic aesthetic to the outfit, these jeans are considered to be fundamental in a street-style daily wear wardrobe. To achieve an edgier look, they can be paired with baggy, bold clothing, while to make a balanced outfit, they can be matched with neat and polished garments.

Stovepipe

This type is in between straight and skinny jeans. It is also straight and narrow from the waist down to the ankle, but stovepipes have a wider leg opening than skinny ones, although not wide enough to become a straight fit. These jeans are classic, versatile wardrobe staples that can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion.

How to Measure Your Jeans Size

What a jeans guide without some measuring tips! As it is impossible to find a perfect pair of jeans without proper measurements, we’ve gathered all the essential information about how to effortlessly define all the necessary sizes. No help needed, only measuring tape and your favorite pair of jeans!

Waist

Measure around the natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Hips

Measure around the fullest part of the hips and rear.

Rise

A unique pair that features a criss cross waist with button details and was designed to add a contemporary flair to the straight-fit jeans. Usually they are high-rise and full-length, which makes them utterly versatile and easily matching every outfit from classy to laid-back.

Inseam

Measure from the bottom of the crotch seam to the bottom of the hem along the inside seam.

Outseam

Measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the hem along the outside seam.

Leg opening

Measure across the leg hem from seam to seam.

Petites

This body type follows the same measurements as above, although there are some general rules to define a better fit. When measuring the inseam and length of cropped jeans, make them 3,5cm shorter; for tapered and ankle-length — 4,5cm; for full-length — 5cm. Also, reduce 1cm in the rise.

Tall

This body type follows the same measurements as above, although there are some general rules to define a better fit. When measuring the inseam and length of cropped jeans, make them 3,5cm taller; for tapered and ankle-length — 4,5cm; for full-length — 5cm. Also, increase 1cm in the rise.

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visit our size guide

Now that you’re aware of the fits, styles, and measurements of the jeans, you may follow the link below and find your size in our Size Guide for Women. We hope that our women’s jeans fit guide was useful for you, and we wish you good luck on the way to your ideal pair of jeans!