Style and hem length: Skinny pants or jeans are fitted and tight from hip to ankle. The hem ends around the ankle.
BEST BODY TYPE: Women with well-proportioned hour class physiques or long, thin legs can easily play their game here…but don’t worry. If you have short or fat legs, consider wearing heels or ankle boots to lengthen your legs. Skinny jeans are perfect for any occasion and no one should throw them away.
Shoe Style: All shoes work with skinny pants, but heels or ankle boots are recommended for a little leg extension.
Style and hem length: Straight-leg pants don’t fit as well as skinnies, but they fit snugly from hip to calf. The only difference is that her straight jeans don’t hug her legs as much as her skinny jeans. The hem ends just below the ankle for a better match with shoes.
BEST BODY TYPE: Any body type can wear pants. This shape is perfect if you don’t want to show too much of your body.
Shoe Style: Suitable for all shoes. Ankle boots are only used when the shaft is small and the pays can fit on it. You don’t want the hem to rest on the shaft.
Style and Hem Length: Bootcut pants fit through the thigh and flare slightly from the knee to the hem. A good hem length is 1/4 to 0.5 inch from the floor. Keep in mind that these guidelines were measured with the shoes of your choice on your feet.
Perfect Body Shape: Bootcut jeans look great on everyone, but they’re perfect for balancing out wide hips and curvy upper bodies.
Shoe Styles: Pointy toe heels, ankle boots, and practically all heels are best suited for bootcut shapes as they hide the foot a bit. When buying bootcut pants, make sure they are 1/4 to 1/2 inch off the floor with shoes on.
Style and hem length: Flares are technically bootcut, with wider leg flares. Same rules as above apply. The same rules apply, but flares are a little more fancy. Consider if they fit your style.
Best body type: same as boot cut
Shoe Style: Same as boot cut, unless flares are trimmed high. Since the legs are visible, it is possible to lay flat.
Trousers Jeans and wide-leg pants:
Style and Hem Length: Wide-leg pants are a continuous straight line from the hip to the bottom.These pants should be hemmed 1/4 of the way up from the floor. To create long and elegant legs and look, only your toes should be visible.
SUITABLE FOR BODY TYPES: These pants work for any body type. don’t be shy. A quick tip… The wider your hips, the wider your cut should be to achieve a better balance between your upper and lower body.
Shoe Style: Heels are recommended as they stretch your legs. Wide legs can make your legs look shorter. Cropped wide-leg pants can also be worn with flats if desired.
Style and Hem Length: The idea behind chunky pants is that they look like they’re borrowed from a boyfriend.Usually they’re low-rise and trimmed.
Best Body Shape: Low rises tend to visually widen the hips, so narrow hips go a little better with this type of cute.
Shoe Style: Whether flat or heeled, they look great with boyfriend jeans. It really depends on the look you want to achieve.
Slightly slimmer version of boyfriend jeans
Same rules apply.
Hem Length: These pants should end just above or just below the ankle. For legs, the focus is on the thinnest part. They can be skinny, flared, boyfriend, or any other cut.The idea here is length.
Best Body Shape: Cars of all body types will wear this kind of crop.
Shoe Style: You can wear boots, heels or flats depending on the style you choose.
Hem Length: Those pants end somewhere between the mid-calf and ankle.It’s up to you which length you prefer. Make sure the pants don’t end at the widest part of the leg, as it will make the leg look bigger and shorter than it actually is.
Best Body Type: Any body type can wear these pants. The deciding factor is your height. A tall person with long legs can wear a shorter crop than a petite person with short legs.
Shoe Style: Any shoe will work at this length. It depends on the style and cut of the pants.
Please remember that all style guidelines listed are suggestions only. If you are happy with what you wear, you should wear it without asking this. This blog post is for those looking for a little guidance in this area.