The Right Fit: Finding the perfect jeans for your body

Lori Bergamotto, style director at Good Housekeeping, shares her tips to finding the best jeans for your body type.
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question. What jeans should I wear this fall? Lara, please tell me. So strange you ask that because it's fashion week here in New York City and all week we've been helping you find the right fit so you can look and feel your best this fall. Today it is ginger, you got it, finding the right jeans. We took three ladies with three very different struggles, shopping and here's what happened. Straight leg, wide leg, skinny leg, oh, my, when it comes to jeans there's no one style that fits all unless you've got a pair of these. Scientifically impossible that a pair of pants could fit me. And me. While the traveling pants are what dreams are made of in reality finding the perfect pair isn't easy. There are so many different styles and fabrics and rises and fits. The language surrounding it can intimidate anyone. So we put look look style director Lori bergamotto on a mission, help three women with three different shapes and sizes find the right fit. First up, Veronica. I always have material bumping and have to pull up my pants. We want to focus on your waist and make sure they fit in your waist. Even if they are a little snug on your thighs for right now that's okay. They will start to contour to your body. Here at the Levi's store the options are endless. These are not working for you. There's way too much room here in the waist. I actually really like these. I still think we could do better. Next up summer. It always hugs my thighs then I always have the gap in the waist. We took her to the gap to try on their wide range of styles and fits. I don't know if they're supposed to be this short. I think that these look really great. I do feel like we can do even a little bit better. So I have another pair in mind for you. What do you say? Let's do it. Finally Natalie. The biggest problem is I have to roll up my jeans a lot and then it's expensive to get them hemmed. Patti options may just be the solution. There you O. Thanks. Gluck. This is not your pair because you can see there's like a lot of wrinkling here. These look good. I mean I love the fit. I think that they're a little long still. They are still too long. I think there's another even better pair out there for you. Three different women, dozens of jeans. But did they find the perfect pair? Look at all these bags. I call this mission accomplished. Lori to the rescue. "Good housekeeping" style director Lori bergamotto with us again. So let's see what you picked. Ladies, come on over. Come on out here. Hi. Hi. Wow, you guys all look so great. Lori, I want to start with Natalie. How did it go? It went great. Natalie's problem is she's Pai. She's 5'2" and said that she could never find a pair of jeans she didn't have to roll up or get hemmed. Ha can be expensive so that's why we picked this from Madewell. It's the Patti demi cali boot and picked it because it is, of course, Patti, right, guys but you should know head's-up to everybody. They don't have the pattis in store. You have to go online and when something is made in petite, it's not just the length but adjustments everywhere around the waistband, around the rise. The other important thing here, though, if you are petite is to know your inseam which Natalie did not know. The inseam length is really important because that will help to determine -- How does one find it out. Couldn't be easier. And this pair is universally flattering on everyone. Are they comfortable? They're really comfortable. You have a terrific figure but like really flattering? Really stretchy too, yeah. Oh, yay. I love that. You look great. Thank you. You look great. Modified boot cut. I like that you didn't even have to cut it yourself. No, I did not. Let's move on to summer. Summer, we love summer. So summer, her issue is that she's really tall and she's also plus and she also said that she has a disproportionate waist to booty ratio. These are her words so had a hard time finding a pair of jeans that addressed all those needs. We found them at the gap. Midride curvy skinny Jean. What they do is take an inch off the waist and add an inch to the hips which is what a lot of women who have that pesky problem. This is the solution. I see her smiling so obviously nothing is being squeezed that shouldn't be. No. This pair also comes in tall and plus which you have to go to their website to find. One more thing, turn around. Yes, summer. Yoke really flattering. I know you hated jeans. How about now? I love them. I'm a fan now. Yes. Another victory for us. All right. Finally, Veronica. Veronica's issue was with the rise. Wasn't sure how high she should go. Sagging and bunching. We chose this pair of Levi's, the rib cage straight ankle. Super go to classic trendy look you'll see how fall. Look how high they are. They really are. Your waist looks tiny. Thank you. The bottom of her rib cage just like the jeans say. The other important thing is that they're 99% denim, less stretch, ladies. That will keep them from sagging. All right. Three great looks. Three different women and we love you all. You guys can shop these looks.

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