You want your butt to look good in jeans—no surprise there. But when it comes time to shop for new denim, we know it can feel like it takes a million misses to find a single pair of jeans that fits you like a glove. Turns out there's a better way to find that perfect pair of true blues, and it's all about taking one important thing into account: the yoke of your jeans.
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Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. High-waisted jeans have many advantages: wearing them accentuates the waistline, elongates the leg and, while sitting, prevents visible butt-crack — the bane of my existence circa the mid s. However, as flattering as high-waisted jeans can be, they do have side effects, especially when worn while sitting for long periods of time.
Rethink your job search! So how come they get the whole thing so wrong so often? There are too many confusing style categories — like trim, slim, regular, straight, relaxed, athletic, classic with stretch, no stretch, plus dozens of washes and denim fabrics — so that may be the problem. Whether due to fear of fashion, conflicting and often confusing information, or indifference, most guys plus wear old, outdated jeans that do their bodies no favors.
From a young age I found myself lacking from below the waist as well, and was often frustrated when it came to shopping for denim. Finding a go-to pair of denim though, one that fits you perfectly and flatters you in all the right ways can be tough. We scoured the market and asked some of our favorite denim brands to recommend the best denim for women with smaller butts.
Bonobos jeans Source: Bonobos. For all guys who never skip leg day: We salute you. However, are you compromising all your baby-got-back moments by wearing the wrong pair of jeans?
For the last few months, there have been these YouTube advertisements plastered all over the subway platforms, in the subway cars, and even on the subways themselves. They showcase a group of girls who look no more than fifteen years old, and have six million followers each. Bethany Mota? Michelle Phan?