Jeans are the most iconic piece of clothing in the world. They’re a staple in every woman’s wardrobe, and we love them for their classic look and timeless characteristics. The best part about jeans is that there are so many different types out there! Continue reading to find out about the different types of jeans for women.


Straight-Leg Jeans

Straight-leg jeans are the most classic style of denim. They have a straight fit from the waist to the bottom and are not relaxed or loose. This style makes your legs look longer and slimmer while maintaining comfort throughout your day. 

They can be worn with heels or flats, a t-shirt or blouse, depending on your preferred style. They’re the perfect pair of jeans for any occasion!


Sophie - Bootcut Jeans

Bootcut Jeans 

Bootcut jeans are a popular style of jean for women, because they offer a streamlined but not overly tight fit that can be worn with boots or heels. These jeans are designed to fall lower on the leg than other styles, giving you a longer and sleeker silhouette.

The bootcut fits close to your body at the waist and then flares out gradually from the knee, forming a shape that slightly resembles a bell. This style looks great in all kinds of shoes, from ankle boots to heels, so you can wear them for any occasion. 



Skinny Jeans

If you’re a fan of the ’90s, then you may be familiar with this style. They were popular in the early 2000s, but they’ve been making a comeback recently. Skinny jeans are tighter than slim-fit, but not as tight as leggings. Skinny jeans are a popular style that starts off snug at the hip and gets even tighter from there to just below your ankle.

They’re great for lengthening your legs, so if you want to look taller, these could be the perfect choice for you!



Charlie - Boyfriend Jean

Boyfriend Jeans

Boyfriend jeans are a relaxed fit. They’re comfortable, but not so baggy that they look sloppy. They have a relaxed fit through the thigh and knee, but are still fitted at the ankle. The straight leg opening is flattering on most body types because it elongates your legs and hides your calves or ankles, if that’s what you prefer.

Boyfriend jeans can be worn with a variety of tops for a casual, everyday look. You’ll find lots of different colours and washes available in this style, so it’s easy to put together outfits that go from day to night.


Mom Jeans

Mom jeans are a type of relaxed-fitting jeans that are very popular with women of all ages. This style is characterized by its high waistline, which can extend just above or below the navel. The upper portion is cut to a loose fit until the hips, where it opens up slightly and then tightens again around the knees.

The high waistline is what makes these jeans so flattering. It helps to accentuate your curves, especially if you’re a petite woman who has trouble finding pants that fit well in the hips and thighs. Since the pants are cut straight from the knees down, they also create an elongated leg line that can make you appear taller than you actually are.


Janis - Wide Leg Jean

Wide-Leg Jeans

Wide-leg jeans are a popular style right now, and for good reason. They can be worn in so many different ways! Wearing them with a crop top gives you an easy, breezy look; wearing them with sneakers or booties gives you an edgier look that’s great for the weekend.

Wide-leg jeans are very comfortable, which makes them great for casual days at home or out on the town. They’re also perfect if you want to dress down your outfit without looking like you just threw on yesterday’s clothes—the wide legs make any outfit seem more put together than it actually is!



Stevie - Flared Jean

Flared Jeans (Bell-Bottom)

If you’re looking for a style that can be worn with flats or heels, flared jeans are for you. They are wider at the bottoms than other jeans. Bell-bottom jeans were popular in both the ’60s and ’70s, but they have come back into style recently as well.

They are wider at the bottoms than other jeans, so they tend to look more relaxed and casual than other styles do.


High-Waisted Jeans

High-waisted jeans are a classic look for many women. They’re also often considered the most flattering jean style, as they give you a long, lean silhouette and conceal your midsection. High-waisted jeans can be worn with a high-waisted top or crop top, which will further highlight your waistline. If you have a small waist and curvy hips, this is likely the best jean style for you!

High-waisted jeans are great for hiding any tummy bulge you might have and accentuating your curves. If you’re looking for an even more flattering fit, try looking for higher waists than usual or any jeans with stretchy or forgiving fabric that will mould to your body shape over time.


Ankle-Length Jeans

Ankle-length jeans are among the most versatile types of jeans. They are a good choice for women who have shorter legs, since they help elongate the body. Ankle-length jeans can easily be dressed down or dressed up depending on the occasion: you can wear them with your sneakers, flats or classic pumps.

Ankle-length jeans come in a variety of styles such as skinny, straight-leg and bootcut. Some people prefer a more relaxed fit while others prefer a tighter fit around their ankles so that it hugs their calves nicely when worn with heels or boots.


Cropped Jeans

If you’re looking for a more casual, everyday look, then cropped jeans might be right up your alley. These jeans land 1 or 2 inches above the ankle and are a bit shorter than ankle-length jeans.

They’re typically worn with flats or heels, but can also be paired with t-shirts and plain button-up shirts. Since cropped jeans tend to be more of an everyday style than other types of denim pants, they can also be paired with sweaters or jackets.

See also How to wear cropped jeans in winter.


When it comes to jeans, there are so many different types and styles. It can be hard for a woman to know what she wants in a pair of jeans, but once you find them (and the right fit), it’s like magic. Jeans are an essential part of most women’s wardrobes, but they don’t have to be boring! With so many different colours and cuts available, finding the perfect pair is easy if you know what to look for in each type.