Fashion Tips on pants according to Noubikko

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Tips on Pants


While it may look chic to many, it's a nightmare to some. Here are things to remember.

For long waisted - .Always wear a high waist with plain belt.
For short waisted - Low rise with a belt that matches the top of your outfit.
For low hip bumps - Avoid snug fit, use straight legs instead.
For short legs - High waist, fitted full length create a longer line.
 
Baggy makes you look smaller.
 
For protruding stomach - Stretch without side and back zippers. No buttons please.
For large derriere - Avoid fancy detailed large back pockets.
For flat derriere - Fancy detailed large back pockets are good.
For heavy thighs - Snug fit with back pockets. Avoid anything very loose.
 
For thin thighs: Applique and baggy front pockets are essential.
For thick waist: Avoid pleated and wide waistband with or without belts.
 
Jeans are pant ragged in design and its commonly used as work clothes in warehouses or garages. Many jeans' companies like Levi's have been several ready-made available (501, 505, 560, etc.) for various types of body. Just make a wise choice.