Alright. So I admit it. Buying jeans can be pretty stressful, or at least, tedious. You walk into a store, and it seems as though an infinite combination of colors, rises, and sizes, await you. Even for the most adept shopper, this sight can be overwhelming. You have probably read, or at least seen, countless magazine articles attempting to solve this dilemma by matching a specific style of jeans to a body type. But I don’t agree with that method. Shopping for jeans should not be approached as if it were a math problem. Unfortunately, no magic formula for finding the perfect pair of jeans exists. So here’s an alternate method.
The first step in the process: forget about the size. It truly does not matter. Additionally, buying jeans and assuming they are going to stretch just leaves you doing a little jean dance every morning. Yes, maybe they will stretch a little, but then you wash them. And you are back to wiggling your butt into those jeans all over again. Don’t pretend you’ve never done it.
Once, I was absolutely convinced that I found the perfect pair of jeans, but they were a size too small — I know. My logic was slightly flawed. Instead of accepting the fact that they just did not fit, I convinced mom that they would stretch and purchased them anyway. Well, they didn’t stretch. The only thing I dreaded more than wearing them was admitting to my mom that they didn’t fit. So I wore them. They were so tight that the waistband bruised my hips. So please, avoid the bruises and buy the jeans that fit you, not the jeans that you wish would fit.
Before embarking on the search, you need know what style you are looking for. There are four basic decisions: baggy or loose, long or cropped, high-rise or low-rise, and flared or straight.
When considering how tight you would like your jeans to be, remember that tighter is not always better.
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