Top 5 Favorite Jeans for a Small Waist And Thick Thighs

I love wearing jeans. I don’t know if it’s because of my emo days in high school or the fact that I can be more active in them while still looking put together but either way, they’ve always been a staple in my wardrobe.

But trying to find the right pair of jeans for your body type is a struggle. There’s so many options. High rise. Low rise. Skinny. Straight Leg. Flare. And if you have more of an athletic build good luck. With a smaller waist and thicker stronger legs than most, it’s rare to find something to fit exactly how you need it to.

But don’t give up just yet.

Recently, I did a LOT of shopping for the perfect pair of jeans to flatter my curvy new figure. And after a few returns back to different stores I now know which jeans fit women on the smaller side but with thicker thighs the best.

So if you’re curvy and fit like me, here are the best jean options for you.

Top 5 Favorite Jeans for a Small Waist And Thick Thighs

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These jeans are my all time favorites. If you like true denim you’re going to love these. They are great quality denim with the ability to stretch in the butt and legs for a flattering look. The best part is that even though they’re technically a skinny jean, they fit like a slim fit, leaving room for the calves to move. And I’ll admit that I wear these at least twice a week. Of course with any true denim jeans you have to break them in a little, but once you do they fit sooo good.

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The first pair of jeans that ever fit me perfectly were these Fashion Nova jeans. They hug every curve, the high waist touches your belly button, and the length perfect if you have long legs like I do. And they actually have lasted me a long time. I like to keep at least one pair of super skinny jeans in my wardrobe.

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When I tell you that I wore these jeans until the small holes were giant, I’m not kidding. And then I bought another pair to replace them. These are perfectly designed distressed jeans that hold a special place in my heart.

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Pac Sun created a perfect example of a classic straight leg jean, which are trending at the moment. With more than enough room to move around in, I understand why fashion is moving towards the exact opposite of the skinny jean. I love pairing these looser jeans with tube tops or cropped racer back tanks.

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Although the name of these jeans aren’t the most appealing, the look of them is great. Another straight leg option for the women who prefer a bit more of a loser fit. They are easy to dress up or down, and have become the newest addition to my jean collection. And to my Levi lovers out there, try to catch them during a sale. That way you can get great quality jeans while keeping some coins in your new pockets.

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Do you have any jeans that you can’t live without? Let me know in the comments.

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  1. Tamara Doesburg
    May 30, 2020 / 2:40 am

    My all time fav is Levi 710 super skinny but here in holland they stopped with this model. And now I am getting thicker my jeans don’t fit any more, so I might try the 501, thnx

    • Jazmin
      May 30, 2020 / 10:12 am

      No problem! I love Levi jeans so much! That’s too bad about the 710’s. It sucks to get rid of a fave pair of jeans. I’ve heard that the 721’s are good if you’re looking for a similar super skinny fit.

      If you get the 501’s make sure you get the right model because some of them don’t stretch. I have a pair of the 501 skinny jeans that are 100% denim and I have a pair of the 501 stretch skinny jeans that are 99% denim and 1% elastane and I’m telling you that elastane makes a BIG difference in making them feel more comfortable. Especially when I sit down haha! So if you get them go for the stretch skinny! 🙂

  2. Kota
    July 14, 2020 / 7:03 am

    High waisted Levi’s are too big in the waist for me unless I get the curvy/stretch kind and size down. *sigh* buying anything high waist sucks

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