1. Consider the right style.
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Petite women will look great in high-waist or cropped jeans since both styles elongate the legs. Curvy women can embrace bootleg pants because it lifts the butt and accentuates the hips.


2. Prioritize comfort.
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Denim should feel like second skin. If you feel any restriction or chaffing, the item may be too tight; you're not wearing the right style for you body type; or the fabric is stiff. Soft or stretch denim are the best bets for comfort.


3. Explore other denim textures.
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Yes, denim comes in various textures. It can be ripped, frayed, vintage, stone-washed, or waxxed—these can add character to regular blue jeans.


4. Go beyond jeans.
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Denim can come in other forms. Whether it may be a skirt, chambray shirt, jacket, denim shorts, or overalls, these are all versatile pieces that you pair with anything.


5. Upgrade with accessories.
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A denim outfit's individuality can be achieved with the right accessories. For example, the classic combo of button-down shirt and skinny jeans can be far from basic with a simple addition of eye-catching heels. Or you can try wearing minimalist accesories for that elevated touch.

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