Whether you’re a denim enthusiast or a closet minimalist, a good Women’s Denim Jackets should be on every woman’s wardrobe. It should be a slim fit in the shoulders and have sleeves that hit at your wrist bones (not too long that you’ll need to cuff them).
Pair it with some ripped jeans and a tee for a rock chick look. Or pop it over a floral dress to add definition to your figure.
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Often, a Women’s Denim Jackets can overwhelm your petite frame, but when fitted right it can flatter your proportions and accentuate your curves. The hourglass body shape needs to focus on fitted silhouettes and waist definition so look for a tailored style that has rounded shoulders and a fitted waist. Wrap tops and peplum blouses work well for this figure as do fitted bottoms that highlight your curves.
Originally made for cowboys and railroad workers, traditional jean jackets are designed to hit just above your waist. The sleeves are also ideally short and should finish at or close to your wrist.
Pair your jean jacket with leather pants or skirt for an edgy look or try it over a floral dress to add a rock chick vibe.
Pear-shaped bodies have a smaller upper body and larger hips, but their waists are well defined. The goal with pear-shaped women is to add volume to the top half and emphasize the waist.
When selecting a jacket for this body shape, long styles are the best choice to elongate the body and make it appear slimmer. A cropped Women’s Denim Jackets, for example, will add structure to the shoulders and bust area while skimming over the wider hips. Embellishments, details and pockets around the bust and neckline will draw attention up to the waist.
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For jeans, choose mid- to high-rise and straight, bootcut or trouser-cut styles. Avoid skinny jeans that cling to the hips and thighs as they will make the hips look wider.
Women with the apple body shape have a larger upper body with a slim waist and great legs. A proportional dressing emphasis is key for this body type.
Women with this body shape should show off their slender arms and shoulders. However, they should avoid wearing sleeves that are constricting or too fitted. Sleeves that have volume, are 3/4th length or flare out work well as they visually widen the torso in comparison to the arms.
Peplum tops also work well as they give the illusion of a waist without hugging the belly. Eton collars and notch lapels are exceptional styles that accentuate the shoulders and bust area without drowning it out. Skinny jeans can work for this body shape, but it depends on how pronounced your waistline is.
For the athletic women, a fitted Women’s Denim Jackets are flattering as it accentuates curves. A classic trucker denim jacket works for most women, but those with an unwaisted shape may want to opt for another single breasted style like the fit of Nagore’s (above).
One trend this season is the oversized denim jacket which can be a boxy look. However, if the rest of your outfit is fitted or cinched in with a belt it can work for any figure. As shown by Vanessa above who wore her oversized denim jacket with a dress.
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The color of your Women’s Denim Jackets can also impact how it looks on you. Light washes tend to look great on most and avoid any shades that are too faded or dark.
In a fashion world where the average US dress size is a 14 and UK size is 16, plus-size shoppers feel underserved, to say the least. The influx of brands offering extended sizing and other inclusivity initiatives is a good thing, but it’s also important to find clothes that fit well.
According to experts, most designers aren’t leaving enough room in the back, arms, hips, and thighs of their pieces when they go up in size. They also aren’t properly grading the pattern, which can cause gaps, riding up and pinching when worn.
Shoppers can avoid these fit issues by finding a label that offers their specific body type, such as Warp + Weft with sizes XXS through 4XL and Loud Bodies that will custom-make pieces to your specifications. Plus, both brands use sustainable materials and practices like reduced water consumption.