It can be stressful shopping for jeans no matter what your size is. It can often seem that those stocked in high-street stores are tailored toward women who just aren’t the same shape as you at all. Now, plenty of brands have started to catch onto the idea that women’s bodies aren’t all one size meaning there’s a huge range of styles to suit you whether you’re a size 18 or a size 26.
Vintage-inspired bell bottoms
These have been coming back everywhere lately and in tonnes of different colours too. They flare out at the bottom to give a real 90s vibe. Look for a pair of jeans that fit you well from the rear to the middle of your knees before they flare out toward your shoes.
No, we don’t mean that you need to try on a pair of your boyfriend’s jeans, but if you’re looking for denim that is midway between slouchy and structured, then this is the cut for you. Despite the name, this style can still be feminine. Some have embroidery, rips or cuffs that add an extra touch to an otherwise casual style.
The darkest denim
Dark denim is incredibly versatile. Black is a colour that you can wear all year round and, depending on the softness of the material; you might even be able to get away with wearing them to the office sometimes too.
Wants something a little more fitted? Try a tapered jean as they are wide across the knee while fitting to the ankle. A tapered fit tends to be a more structured alternative to the ever-popular mom jean.
High-waisted mom jeans
If you love high-waisted comfort then shop around and find yourself a pair of high-waisted jeans. Not only does this give you even more style options, the extra detailing on the waist can really glam up an outfit. Try these with a cute crop top!
Finding the right fit
Undeniably, jean shopping is a chore, but you shouldn’t be afraid to try on tons of different brands, sizes, and styles so that you can find a pair that you won’t ever want to take off. The right pair of jeans can make you feel sexier than ever before, so it’s definitely worth taking some time to get your hands on a pair that fits you like a glove. On-trend sites like Ashleigh Plus Size teach you how to embrace your body by offering plus size jeans, plus size dresses and more.
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