Question: What is the difference between high-rise and high-waisted jeans?

When speaking in the context of jeans and pants, the “rise” is the length from the top of the jeans to the bottom of the crotch. High-waisted, also known as a high-rise, jeans sit higher on the midsection than its low-rise counterpart.

What are high-waisted jeans good for?

If you have an hourglass shape, high-waisted jeans are naturally a great fit for you, as they accentuate your narrow waist and help trim more defined hips. Try a distressed pair with minimal stretch, like these from Gap, for an exceptionally flattering and on-trend style.

What is the difference between midrise and high-rise jeans?

The rise of jeans is where the waistband ends up. High-rise jeans go up to the belly button, low-rise jeans wrap around the hips and mid-rise jeans are – you guessed it – right in the middle.

How high is too high for high-waisted jeans?

Look for high-waisted jeans that have a long inseam so they fit correctly. You can try high-waisted jeans that are wide-leg, skinny, or boyfriend cut as long as they have a 35 inches (88 cm) or higher inseam.

Do high-rise jeans look good on everyone?

Whether its a summer skirt or a pair of skinny jeans, denim will always be a classic wardrobe staple. High-waisted jeans, in particular, can be a stunning choice all year round. This style gives you a well-balanced silhouette, making them ultra-flattering on just about everyone.

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