1.Opt for a high waist.
Jeans that cinch above your hips have many benefits: They accentuate your curves in all the right places, eliminate the risk of plumber’s crack and muffin top, and conceal that lower back tatt you got over college spring break.
2.Test the zipper.
Make sure it goes up all the way to the button closure and has a strong grip, so it doesn’t slip down when you move.
3.Show some ankle – but not too much.
Your jeans should hit right above the ankle crease so they work with both heels and sneakers. Excess fabric at the bottom can look sloppy, and too-short jeans can make your legs look shorter or thicker than they actually are.
4.Choose extra leg room.
If you can not easily pull you skinnies in your calf or thigh , go up a size. Your jeans should be close to your skin , but you should also be able to do basic things like go to the bathroom did not like maneuvering gymnast .
5.Say “no” to camel toe.
It seems like an obvious point, but even beloved T-Swift has fallen victim to the crotch conundrum. If you see or feel even an inkling of friction in the crotch region, try a pair with a little more room in the butt (it’ll add some space between the front and back). You’ll thank us later.