Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Dressing as per your body type is probably the best way to flatter it. But have you considered that the same applies to your wardrobe staple: Jeans, as well? So if you've been struggling to find the right jeans for you, or wondering why your jeans are always loose from your waist and tight from the hips, we're here with all the answers you'll need! If your shoulders are equally proportionate to your hips, you fall in the hourglass category. Waist gapping is one of the most common denim dilemmas for an hourglass body type. This is when everything about the pant fits your body except the waistband, resulting in a gap at your waist. A high rise jeans skinny jean will help you flaunt your curves in the right places. Pick one with a contoured waistband, as it will mimic the natural shape of the waist, ensuring it fits right at the waist without forming a gap. Bootcut jeans are also a great way to accentuate an hourglass figure's curves. While the jeans skimming at the thighs will hug your thighs right, the wider bottom balances out larger hips, for an overall flattering effect. To look taller in jeans, opt for straighter or skinny fits that don't have excess fabric to drown your length. Tailor or fold your hem if it's too long. The slight show of the ankle will give the illusion of longer legs. A high waist is another fail-proof way to look taller. The narrow shoulders & waist with the broader hips of a pear-shaped figure are bound to give this body type some waist gaping problems too. While a pair of jeans with a contoured waistband can solve just that, going for a mid or high rise waist will keep your hips and thigh area compact while seamlessly blending into your natural waistline. Opting for flared styles or relaxed fits can make all the difference. The flare will help balance out the volume of your hips and thighs to give you an overall proportioned silhouette. The combination of non-stretch denim and a tapered leg of a relaxed mom fit will help skim a pear shape figure proportionately. If you're on the taller side, the good news is, almost every type of jeans can flatter you well. While a low rise pair of jeans will help balance out a taller torso, you can also rock a wide flared hem to give you more proportion. That said, if you'd love to flaunt your height, a high waist skinny jeans will never fail to give you legs for days! Make sure to choose a pair with a big enough inseam to make sure your jeans don't end at an awkward length. The broader shoulders and narrow hips of an inverted triangle figure can be balanced by wide-leg jeans. This is because, all leg lines that are wider in their hemline will help give a long and lean look. Jeans with a relaxed fit, like a Boyfriend or Mom jeans will also help create a proportioned silhouette. Your slim lower body can benefit from side pockets, which help create a fuller thigh. Lighter washes or fades along the legs and knees add shape to thighs. These tips will make sure you never struggle to find the right jeans! Until next time, stay tuned & stay Glamrs!