Finding jeans can be the hardest thing when it comes to our petite frames. As petite women, we sometimes struggle the most! Our height is usually shorter and our torso is slightly longer than most. I prefer to say, “Petite women are made perfectly imperfect.” However, when we do find that perfect fit pair of jeans, it becomes a joyous moment. A pair of jeans can define our body type and present a variety of looks.

Just one pair of jeans can make you feel comfortable, look sexy, and beam with a glow of confidence. Jeans are a top wardrobe essential for women, which is one of the main reasons why you need several pair hanging in your closest. Sometimes finding a good pair of jeans requires visiting a ton of stores before we find the perfect pair to fit our body types.

When a woman looks chic, feels comfortable, and has confidence, she becomes an influential woman no one can dare to stop!

Shadana Miranda 

On occasion, we’ll find a pair of jeans that halfway fit, but still need alterations after we purchase them, which of course, cost extra money. Situations like these can lead to the frustration of shopping for jeans, and often leads us to the conclusion that wearing jeans isn’t worth the frustration, time and money. In a sense, it’s as if we’re being denied the opportunity, so we ultimately make the decision not to wear jeans. To start finding jeans that fit, I recommend visiting stores that specialize in or carry sizes for our height, weight and body types. It’s time to take the frustration out of finding jeans and get ready to find love in that perfect fitting pair!

Below, I’ve created a list for a ton of store recommendations where you can conveniently shop online. Each site offers a unique variety of jeans that will fit a petite body type to perfection!

Joe’s Jeans

As a former employee, I personally know that Joe’s has jeans to fit every body type. The company’s focus is creating an emphasis on the perfect fit for every-body. Joe’s has over 7 different fit types including curvy, petite frame, etc., and Joe’s Jeans strives to make women feel beautiful, innovative, and flawless.

 

 

Levi’s

Levi’s jeans also have 7 different fit types for women and are categorized by numerical numbers. For example, 505 Regular Shape, 512 curvy shape, 518 relaxed fit; just to name a few. It’s a brand that’s been around for more than 165 years and is well trusted, can last for decades and are worn throughout the world.

 

 

James Jeans

Known as the “best fit” brand, James Jeans is a leading premium denim brand known worldwide for perfect fit and pure design. Founded by a woman and made exclusively for women, to find the true fit of chic, comfort, and confidence in each and every pair. When a woman looks chic, feels comfortable, and has confidence, she becomes an influential woman no one can dare to stop!

 

Citizens of Humanity

Los Angeles based design studio uniquely creating and manufacturing every pair of jeans with the support of local hard-working citizens in the community. Citizens of Humanity is known for caring about the lives of human-beings and creating every pair of jeans with integrity. A woman with integrity displays leadership, beauty, and upstanding moral values that people can gravitate toward and are influenced by.

Banana Republic

This is one of my absolute favorite stores, which offers versatile and contemporary clothing for modern women, including petites. Banana Republic dresses the women who see every day as ‘full of possibilities’ and seek to make the most of every moment and opportunity. The jeans are affordable and of great quality. BR is for sure my “go to” store for dress and casual style.

 

Author

Hi I’m Shadana Miranda, a fashion expert and creator of the Influential Petite. I’m originally from New Orleans, LA., but I’m currently making my mark in Houston, TX. My goal is to help women look and feel empowered through fashion and beauty. When I’m not creating content, I enjoy outdoor adventures and traveling to different countries to explore other cultures. My favorite country to date is Japan where I fell in love with the Japanese street fashion in Ginza, the shopping district in Tokyo.

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