The right model of pants can do wonders for the figure. Color and pattern are also important – and what you wear.
Most have a pair of jeans and a pair of black pants in their wardrobe. They are good basic garments but why not venture into another cut, color or pattern.
Finding the right model is an art but no pants are better than what you put on. The heel of the shoe extends the leg, as does the same color of the shoe and trousers. A colored shoe attracts attention, which works best for you who are above average.
Sometimes, women opt out of bright or white pants because they feel heavy at the bottom. But light pants don’t need to be wrong if you do not choose tight and light pants in overly thin material, and the right top.
If you have a dark top for light trousers, you feel bigger at the bottom, but if you contrast a light trouser with a light top you get a nice balance.
If you are a little bigger at the top than at the bottom, you can instead have a dark top for your lighter pants.
See all of you when choosing pants model. Avoid straight pants that end on the calf, where the leg is strongest. Choose pirate trousers that end below the knee or an ankle trouser with a 7/8 part length. And, of course, it’s nice with heels, not least for your posture.
- The pants should be on the floor when you are barefoot.
- Strokes and folded pants shorten the legs.
- Wide pants shorten the body.
- Tighter back pockets reduce the stub.
- Smaller rear pockets enlarge the stub.
Tips if you are a little bigger at the top
- You who are larger at the top can easily show your legs and let your pants appear. The pants can advantageously have both pattern and color and be a little wide.
- Avoid elasticated waist and really wide trousers, if you have narrow hips, to avoid feeling even.
- Combine black slim pants with a dark top to get the right proportions. You who are a bit shorter can also bet on suit color up and down to feel like a little longer.
- If you have linen that protrudes below the top, it does not have to match the pants.
Tips if you are a little bigger at the bottom
- Those who are larger at the bottom than the top, and have wide hips, will fit well in dark pants or trousers that are darker than the top.
- Choose a bootcut (half-width) to balance a wide hip. Or flaire (wide) from the knee down. Press folds and seams at the front lengthen and taper off.
- Invest in stretch and wide and high waistband, but avoid trousers with rubbers and pockets at the sides and large back pockets.
- Avoid large patterns that enlarge, rather choose small patterns such as dots.
- If you have a linen that protrudes below the top, it can advantageously be the same color as the trousers.
Tips if you have a straight figure
- You who do not have such a big difference between hip and waist can take out the swings and choose a light trouser or a trouser with color and pattern. Width around hips and legs can create shapes that you do not have naturally.
- Invest in details that mark the hips, such as zips on the pockets.
- A small cushion gets bigger with big pockets at the back and they are happy to sit a bit apart.
- If you are straight with a little volume around your stomach, however, you should invest in plain dark trousers. Avoid zippers without selecting zippered pants at the side. Avoid creases and pockets in the sides that build unnecessary volume.
Tips for those who have a curvy figure
- You who have an hourglass figure can be a 48th as well as a 38th. It is not about size but more about the balance between the upper and the lower part and about having a marked waist.
- Feel free to select the waist by choosing a high waisted trousers with a belt in the same fabric as the trousers.
- Create nice symmetry with a little width at the foot, in the form of bootcut (half-wide) or flaire (wide),
- Press folds and seams at the front lengthen and taper off.
- On the other hand, avoid trousers with folds and pockets on the sides that build unnecessary volume.