Never envy great jeans again – from jeggings to straight-leg styles, find your perfect pair with our women's jeans fit and style guide
It doesn’t get much more comfy than this – the pull-on waistband and high-stretch fabric hug your body
for a close fit.
Perfect for: run-around days when you want easy, on-the-go style and comfort
Super-soft fabric, high stretch – at last, jeans that are smart enough for work but comfortable enough for the weekend.
Perfect for: hectic weeks when you need maximum style with minimum effort
This is how to fake long, lean legs in an instant. Choose the high-waisted cut for a flattering fit that is perennially stylish.
Perfect for: creating the illusion of endless legs, whatever your shape
Tick all the trend boxes with these jeans, cut slim and straight from the hip to the ankle for an authentic denim look.
Perfect for: creating sleek lines with its forgiving, hip-skimming fit
Love the slim-leg cut? Change it up with a variety of rises or deep turn-ups for a fashion-forward finish.
Perfect for: everyday ease – team with a smart top for work or a tee on the weekend
Enter the flatter-all shape: our take on the classic boot cut is sleek and modern.
Perfect for: hugging your curves in all the right places
The Eighties called and they want their jeans back. But they can't have them because we're wearing them.
Perfect for: Accentuating your figure with the high-rise waist and ankle-grazing hem
Try on a variety of styles and washes, you might be surprised by what suits you if you step out of your comfort zone. Straight-leg jeans and skinny jeans are universally flattering styles and a great place to start.
Straight-leg jeans are on trend this season and a great way to try a new style. Our Mom jean is a popular choice, too.
Loafers add a masculine edge, high heels will instantly create an illusion of longer legs, while knee boots look great over a pair of sleek skinny jeans.
The slim bootcut jean is a brilliant leg-lengthening style, but why not break the rules and try a slim leg jean with the cuffs rolled up?
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