Meet Your Match: 5 Flattering Jeans For Every Body Type

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Read on for some of our favorite tried and true blues for your next date night.

Having trouble finding your denim match?

Before you settle for the "Mr. Right Now" of jeans (at the cost of comfort and your confidence), read on for some of our favorite tried and true blues for your next date night.

1. Old Navy The Sweetheart Skinny Jeans, $29.50
Especially flattering for hourglass and fuller figures, these flirty skinnies from Old Navy have just the right amount of stretch to allow for hitting every curve (without losing complete control).

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2. Mossimo Women's Destructed Skinny Boyfriend Denim, $29.99
Great for boyish or petite builds, these comfortable blues from the Target Mossimo collection can be worn casually for everyday, or dressed up with a cute top and heels for evening.

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3. Levi's 515 Boot Cut Jeans, $40
If you’re looking to add some feminine flare to a more athletic figure, try this boot cut style from Levi’s. While the flared bottoms serve to elongate legs, the decorative back-pocket stitching and lighter wash accentuate your assets.

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4. J Brand 811 Mid-Rise Skinny Leg, $196
Add some extra depth to your classic skinny with a lighter wash like that shown in this style from J Brand. It also features a slim leg for sliding effortlessly into your favorite boots, or showing off your ankles in a pair of heels.

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5. 7 for All Mankind Georgia High Waist Flare in Bright Light Broken Twill, $225
Long and lean? Help fill out your butt and thigh area with a lighter wash and embellishments like those shown on this vintage-inspired pair from 7 for All Mankind (Tip: Play up the retro nature of this style with a cute crop top and platform wedges.)

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