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It's difficult enough to find the ideal pair of jeans in a store, but estimating your fit based on a few photographs of a model can seem practically impossible. So, after doing some research, we've come up with a few tips to help you choose the perfect pair of jeans online.

Know your waist and hips size

Whether you're buying Ripped Jeans or Cargo Jeans, every girl should know her measurements, in our opinion. It just takes two minutes, and the results will be extremely beneficial in the long run. If you don't have any measuring tape, simply use a string or shoelace and measure it with a ruler once you're finished. Here's what you'll need to take into account:

Waist: Between your belly button and your chest, this is the smallest/narrowest region.

Hips: The widest section of your torso, your hips may be lower than you realize. It's usually parallel to the bottom of your zipper.

Use the size chart to determine your size.

Size charts are quite useful, especially because they might vary greatly from brand to brand. Your waist size should equal the size of your jeans. But don't forget to check the chart's hip size as well.

Additionally, if you check out the description, it will usually tell you what size the model is wearing as well as her height. That can also be a good place to start when making a decision.

Measure with an existing pair of jeans

If you're still having problems, try measuring an existing pair of jeans, preferably one that fits you perfectly. To get your own waist size, measure the backside of the jeans and multiply by two. For the hips, measure along the base and double it.

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Whether you're looking to buy Women's or Men's Jeans, consider visiting Emmiol official store, where you can find Black Jeans, Brown Jeans, Ripped Jeans, Cargo Jeans, and many more. For more info, visit www.emmiol.com


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