The Right Fit: Finding the best jeans for your body

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It’s no secret that a good pair of jeans can make you feel amazing but shopping for the right pair can be frustrating.

Good Housekeeping magazine style director Lori Bergamotto gave "Good Morning America" the ultimate guide to finding the perfect pair based on body type.

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1. Petite Frame

Petite woman often have a problem with jeans that are too long. Many stores sell petite jeans but when you’re shopping, Bergamotto says to look at the inseam. She says that you should know the length of your own inseam as well as the inseam of the jeans you are buying to make sure the length is right for you.

A style like a modified boot cut is flattering and a modern mini flare at the bottom can have an elongating effect.

2. Plus size

Bergamotto says that the biggest jeans issue for plus-size women is finding jeans that fit the waist. The waist size is often too big. Fortunately, many brands have innovative jeans' styles including jeans for curvy shapes or ones with contoured waistbands that compliment full figures.

3. Curvy

Women with curvier frames can have difficulty finding jeans that fit correctly. Bergamotto advises curvier body types to look for high-rise jeans to create the illusion of longer legs and a more balanced figure.