The perfect jeans for your figure

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Henry & Belle jeans

(Photo courtesy of shophenryandbelle.com)

Self staffers help find the best pair of jeans for your body.

If you're tall:

Look for an inseam that's at least 33" (like our pick).

More glamazon-friendly buys: Paige Denim, Gap and Loft.

Henry & Belle super skinny stretch denim, $132; HenryAndBelle.com
Available in 10 colors.









Levi's Curve ID

(Photo courtesy of levis.com)

If you're petite:

So you wear the pants (not the other way around), go slim with a 28"–30" inseam. They'll fit your small frame.

Levi's Curve ID, modern rise demi curve skinny jeans, $78; Levi.com
Available in 8 colors.




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ASOS smock dress with keyhole detail

(Photo courtesy of Hudson Jeans)

If you're boy-shaped:

Need a little more va-va-voom? A loose-ish boyfriend jean creates curves exactly where you want them.

Hudson Jeans Leigh boyfriend pant, $187; HudsonJeans.com















Tunic dress

(Photo courtesy of J Brand)

If you're athletic:

Try a slightly higher waist and flared bottom—the combo makes muscular legs look extra long and lean. Nice.

J Brand Love Story flare jeans, $218; JBrandJeans.com
Available in two colors.














Banana Republic curvy dark-wash boot-cut jeans

(Photo courtesy of bananarepublic.com)

If you're curvy:

Your ideal pair: stretchy boot cut (it's just tight enough to show off your goods) in a slimming dark wash.

Banana Republic curvy dark-wash boot-cut jeans, $59.50; BananaRepublic.com


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