Bootcuts and flares are great if you have hips as they balance them out to give you a great silhouette. If you're narrower and don't have curvy hips then be aware they can sometimes swamp your body, making you look a bit out of proportion. Remember that you may want these jeans to wear with heels and be close to the ground, so it might be worth considering a pair which are slightly longer then your usual leg length.– Shop Bootcut jeans –
Straight legged jeans are a lot more versatile than bootcuts and are a more flattering option if you don't have hips. Those with hips can still pull off the straight leg, as it's a very flattering cut. They can be a nice alternative to a skinny jean if you're not comfortable in this cut. When worn with heels they can make your legs look super long.– Shop Straight-leg jeans –
Skinnys can be very flattering and could work for any body shape as long as they are worn right. If you're slim then you won't have a problem looking great in skinny jeans. If you're a bit curvier, you might feel more comfortable with a longer top worn over your skinny jeans, and looks great with a nice pair of heels.
It's a great cut to tuck into boots too, so are very versatile. Do remember though that you might probably won't want these to be the same length as a pair of bootcut or flares you might buy, as you'll want them to stop at your ankle.– Shop Skinny jeans –
This cut is great for those who are tall and slim and can be pulled off really well for those with a flat stomach. They do have a tendency to make shorter, curvier people appear shorter, so in this instance a slim fit or bootcut could be ideal.– High/Mid rise jeans –
Low rise jeans are very flattering on a smaller frame, they can give you a great silhouette and can go with any top. They do have the potential to show a 'muffin top' so try not to buy a size which might be a bit too tight.– Low rise jeans –