Jeans are the perfect answer on days you can't decide what to wear. But finding the perfect pair is a mammoth task.
Back when jeans were only worn at work, the fit was loose, and the options were fewer. Today's increased number of choices has made it very difficult to find the right pair.
How a pair of jeans fits and feels is important. We're all guilty of owning more pairs of jeans than we need and wearing only a few. That's because the selected few are the best fit.
Let's discuss how you can find your perfect pair of jeans at your favorite women's clothing boutique.
Take Your Measurements
This goes without saying.
You need to take your measurements in a couple of different ways. In addition to measuring your inseam and waist size, it's also a good idea to measure the rise (i.e., the length from your waistband to the crotch).
If you already have a perfect pair of jeans that's your favorite and fits like a glove, it's another great option that you can use to get your measurements.
Here's how you can measure for jeans:
· Measuring the Rise
Begin the measurement by hanging your jeans up on a clothes hanger.
Take a measuring tape and start measuring from the waistband down to the crotch seam area. Since it's your favorite pair of jeans, you can be sure that it's exactly the type of rise you want.
· Measuring the Inseam
Next, you want to take the measuring tape and measure the inseam length.
Measure down from the crotch seam down to the inside hem of the leg. This method will effectively help you find a new pair of jeans that will be as perfect as your current pair.
· Measuring the Waist
Place the measuring tape below your belly button on your midriff and measure it all the way around.
This measurement will give you a baseline measurement to find your perfect pair of jeans when you're shopping for a new one, say from an online shop.
While there aren't any correct answers as to how jeans must fit, you should consider these four elements:
The Shape of Your Leg
The shape of your leg is what gives you the fit you want. Always try on the jeans before buying them or carefully measure them.
The rise is the distance from the waistband down to the crotch joint. There are four types: low rise, high rise, drop crotch, and mid-rise.
The Denim Material
Denim material has two options: stretchable and non-stretchable.
Stretchable tends to be a bit more comfortable if you're opting for a slimmer fit. Rigid denim works best for a loose fit.
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