The Best Jeans for Large Women

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The best jeans for large women are ones that can flatter nearly every figure. Find out about the best jeans for large women with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Heather Klar. The best jeans for large women. As we know jeans are sort of a uniform of today's wardrobe and there's lots of different jeans that look great on every body. I'm going to show you what looks best on all kinds of bodies. There's so many different kinds of styles of jeans and they all suit different kinds of body types. I think the phrase large woman is sort of peculiar. I think everyone's beautiful and lovely and but as far as body types style there are different things that can flatter every figure. So if that is your kind of body what you're going to want to look for is length. So whether you happen to be tall or you are on the shorter side length is your friend here. So the best thing to do is to pick a jean that's more of like a trouser cut or more of a straight sort of a wide leg. You want the leg to kind of do this because what will happen, and you also want the jean to have a little bit of stretch but not too much. The reason being is you want to hug sort of your hip and tushy region but you want it to go sort of straight down your leg after that. It's very flattering, it balances your figure and just a little bit of stretch because it'll have sort of a tailored effect. You want a darker color. The darker color is just much more flattering. And you're going to probably want to wear a shoe that is a similar dark color and hopefully with a little bit of height. So I have on a darker jean now that I think is great and I have on actually a black boot that has like a 2 and a half inch heel. It's still comfy but that way it has a you know, a little bit of length and the dark jean with the dark boot kind of lengthens the line.


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