Denim Guide

Finding the best fit for your body

Denim is a well-loved closet staple for women. Denim can take you from your most casual looks to a night out on the town! Knowing your body shape is key to choosing a fit and cut that compliments your natural form. A well-paired style of jeans will have you feeling your beautiful and confident self every day of the week!

Rectangle Shape

This shape is not especially; curvy or narrow at any given point.

This; is a shape that universally fits and is complemented by almost any cut and rise.

Keep in mind for high-rise styles that state it is an hourglass fit - the tightest fit part of the jean will be at the waist, as this body shape does not narrow at this point.

Hourglass Shape

This shape is not especially; curvy or narrow at any given point.

This; is a shape that universally fits and is complemented by almost any cut and rise.

Keep in mind for high-rise styles that state it is an hourglass fit - the tightest fit part of the jean will be at the waist, as this body shape does not narrow at this point.

Pear Shape

This shape is not especially; curvy or narrow at any given point.

This; is a shape that universally fits and is complemented by almost any cut and rise.

Keep in mind for high-rise styles that state it is an hourglass fit - the tightest fit part of the jean will be at the waist, as this body shape does not narrow at this point.

Finding your inseam

  1. Shoe Type - first, determine the heel height you will most commonly wear with the jean. 
  2. Cuff or No Cuff - decide if you will be cuffing the denim.
    1. Bootcut jeans; can be cuffed when worn with a casual shoe or cowboy boot but then be let down when worn with a heel. 
    2. Straight Leg Jeans; can be worn with or without a cuff. If you choose to buy a longer length, the cuff can be adjusted when horseback.
    3. Straight crop and skinny jeans can be cuffed or not.
    4. Trouser Jeans do not easily cuff but, if a cuff is needed, it looks best with a flatter sole shoe rather than a heel.
    5. Flares do not cuff easily. Unfinished hems are easy to cut to ideal length if a little too long.
  3. Compare; to a jean length you currently have and like - by measuring a jean you own, you can more easily determine how long you want. Be sure to use a soft measuring tape for best results. See the image below for how to measure.