Fall Jeans for Women: Finding the Perfect Fit
It’s the time of year again to find a really great pair of jeans to carry you through fall and winter. Most women don’t have to be reminded that jeans can be the most difficult article of clothing to find, because the perfect pair can make you feel confident and amazing, and an ill-fitting pair can make you feel awkward. It’s important to try on a few different styles and washes, in order to determine which women’s jeans best fits your body and style needs.
Most women prefer to have denim jeans that have a bit of stretch fabric in the denim. These jeans tend to fit the most comfortably and look the best, as they hug the right curves. When you’re looking for jeans, pay the most attention to the way they fit on the hips and legs. Length may be a problem. If you’re very tall, look for styles that are available in a tall option, and if you’re very short, know that you can always have jeans altered. Most tailors are experienced in sewing an inexpensive hem that looks finished like a pair of jeans, so no one will know the difference. When you try them on, sit down, stand up, crouch down, and move around, so you can see how the jeans move with your body.
Women With Hips
If you’ve got curvy hips, sometimes bootcut jeans are a good option. The width of the ankle can balance out your silhouette, adding some shape to your legs and calves. However, if you’ve never tried skinny jeans or straight-leg jeans, at least give them a try. Bring along an objective friend who can help you determine which jeans look best on you. Remember that skinny jeans aren’t just for skinny people – they can actually make you look slimmer in a dark wash, with a blousy top.
They key with skinny jeans is making sure they fit just right. Jeans that are too tight will be uncomfortable in the stomach and hip areas, and they will create odd gatherings on the back of your thighs. Make sure they fit appropriately in the rear and thighs. If you’re not ready to fully embrace the skinny jean trend, big feminine blouses and tops can add a great balance to the outfit and cover your hips and thighs. Tunics are also lovely.