Worn at your hips, low rise pants are meant to sit well below your natural
● Mid rise
These are meant to be worn on your natural waist.
● High rise
They typically sit higher on your torso or just above your belly button varying
on your height
● Tapered fit
They are designed to create a more streamlined silhouette and often have a
slimmer fit around the calves and ankles.
● Bootcut fit
This fit is fitted through the thighs and hips, but widens out slightly at the knee
and calf to enhance the look.
● Straight fit
TThis fit is straight through the legs, with little to no narrowing at the ankle.
● Narrow fit
They are typically fitted through the hips and thighs, and maintain a consistent
width down to the ankle.
● Slim straight fit
They are not as tight around the legs as skinny fit jeans, but they are still
designed to be form-fitting. They are designed to be fitted through the hips and
thighs, with a straight cut from the knee to the ankle.
● Wide-leg fit
This fit is loose and relaxed throughout the legs, with a wider cut than other
● Skinny fit
This is a style of jeans that is designed to fit very closely to the body, creating
a slimming and streamlined effect. It is characterized by its tight and narrow
fit throughout the legs, with the legs narrowing towards the ankle.
● Mom fit
This fit is high-waisted and loose-fitting throughout the legs, with a narrowed
● Baggy fit
They are characterized by their loose fit throughout the legs, with extra room
in the hips, thighs, and calves.
● Regular Length
They are the most common type of jeans length and extend all the way to the
● Ankle Length
They are a shorter style of jeans that typically end just above the ankle. This length is
shorter than full-length jeans .
● Crop Length
This length typically ends just above the ankle or mid-calf.