The Perfect Fit: Jeans for Every Girl

Discover our best fitting denim for your shape and find your perfect jeans. Check out Donna's top tips below.

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SUPER MODEL TALL

Congratulations on your coveted super-long legs! One key point for long legs is to keep the waist at the right height; too high and it the jeans will elongate your legs even further and shorten your torso. Most washes look great on you, particularly those with shading to the thigh, which will add shape and dimension. Don't be put off by cropped styles either, try releasing the hem to add an extra bit of length. 

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THE RELAXED HEM

Customising your jeans by unpicking the hems is a super easy way to update your denim. Read the blog post for all the details.

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CUTE & PETITE

 

As a short girl myself, I've designed a number of styles that I don’t have to roll, fold, ruch, tuck or chop. We're lucky because high rise styles will elongate our legs and cinch in our waists to show off our  proportions, whilst cropped styles really suit a smaller frame. Watch out for getting swamped by too much fabric – baby bootcut styles might work better than bootcut or flares. Don’t be afraid of hemming your jeans or snipping off the hems for a raw, unfinished look.

SHOP RIZZO
SHOP MINNIE
SHOP KITTY KAT
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GERT - THE SHORT GIRL'S DREAM

 

Gert is the cutest jean ever, with flattering super stretch and extra hold to give everything a lift. I love Gert’s ankle zips that I can wear undone or zipped down depending on how I feel.

SHOP GERT

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CURVY QUEENS

The straight leg jean is a must for any curvy figure to elongate your legs. Stick to a heavier denim with minimal stretch, to give a great structured shape. Curvy girls look amazing in high-waisted styles that provide a cinched-in waist effect, and highlight their perfect proportions. Try a darker wash, especially with a killer pair of heels, to help elongate your shape. 

SHOP ELIZA
SHOP MINNIE
SHOP BOY DAZZLER



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