Curvy, petit or hourglass, whatever your shape, there is a cut and style of jeans for everyone. There is a right denim cut for everyone—you just need to know what to look for. The right pair of denim will accentuate itself to your figure and give a whole new appeal to your outfit.

Read on to find the right denim cut for your body type…
 
 

Hourglass

Hourglass

Blessed with the perfect hourglass figure? Have the perfect chest, a tiny waist and a well-shaped lower half? Don’t hesitate to show it off with a pair of high-waisted jeans. Pick a denim pant with a flattering waist so it doesn’t gap at the waist.

If you’re looking for something that will flatter your perfect figure, the cropped ankle-length jeans is a good choice. Avoid something too skinny as it will make your legs look shorter.

A cut-off pair of jean shorts with the top tucked in will highlight your curves.

 

Pear

Pear

If you have a pear-shaped body it means you have a heavy bottom half. Which in turn means, you need to balance it out with a pair of mid-rise jeans and avoid low-rise jeans, as they could make you look disproportionate. Go for darker and stretchy fabrics for an elongated appearance.
You can even go for straight-leg denims to create an elongated silhouette and look slimmer.

 

Apple

Apple

Have an apple or inverted triangle shaped body? Go for mid-rise jeans with straight-cut waists. You also have the choice of bootcut or trousers, which will give a voluminous look to your legs balancing the top-heavy figure. Avoid high-rise jeans if you don’t want any highlight on your tummy. The most flattering style for an apple body is skinny jeans. Bring the focus on those slim legs with a pair of skinny jeans or cropped skinny jeans.

 

Athletic

Athletic

If this is your body shape, you have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the right pair of jeans. If you want a curvy look, opt for low-rise jeans. Ankle-length skinny jeans will look just as good on you, emphasising your lean legs.

Jean shorts with a front pocket and balloon hem lines will make you look curvier.