Find the perfect pair of trousers or jeans to flatter your shape...
Do you think your body shape means you can't wear trousers? Think again! You just need to find the right type of trousers to flatter your figure and you will be fashionably set for life. Because once you've found those perfect trousers or jeans, then nearly all of the hard work is done - simply add a stylish top or blouse and you're ready for whatever the day throws at you.
How do you know which pair of trousers will best suit your body shape? With a few golden style rules, it's easy to find flattering looks - whatever your shape. If you are tall, cropped trousers or straight leg trousers are right for you. Or have you got a curvy body shape and think trousers are off limits? All you need is a pair of wide leg trousers to balance out your figure and look fabulous.
Maybe you are petite and feel trousers swamp you. Stick to skinny trousers and jeans and be proud that you can wear bold prints and bright colours. Cropped styles will also work well for you, especially if you go for a length that's just above the ankle. If you are lucky enough to have a perfect hourglass figure, opt for high waist trousers to show off your shape and make the most of that teeny waist!
Boyish figures rejoice! You can wear all the tricky trends and make them look fabulous - just nip in your waist with a belt to create a lovely shape.
It's easy finding the right trousers and best jeans for you body shape, once you learn a few simple style rules. Find out how as our fashion experts show you the most stylish trousers to wear now - whatever your shape...
Women's trousers: Zara Printed Trousers, £39.99
TallGreat news! Your long pins make you the perfect candidate to pull off tricky prints. Invest in these Zara printed trousers now. The shorter length and straight leg will do wonders for your shape.
Women's trousers: M&S Diamond Jacquard Trousers, £35
Boyish Create curves with some high waisted, belted trousers. Tuck a knit into these M&S High Waisted Trousers to give the illusion of a nipped in waist. Don't forget to add heels to give your style a feminine touch.
Women's trousers: ASOS Jersey Flares, £25
Pear-shaped Balance out your figure with some on-trend flares. A simple black pair can be worn with anything, and these jersey ones from ASOS are so comfy you won't want to take them off!
Women's trousers: Topshop Wide Leg Trousers, £30
Hourglass Show off your hourglass silhouette in a pair of high-waisted and wide legged trousers. Nipped in at the waist, but loose around the bum and legs, these Topshop Wide Leg Trousers will balance out your figure, showcasing your shape in an elegant and chic style.
Women's trousers: Winser Miracle Trousers, £99
Curvy Balance out your shape with a pair of wide leg trousers. Make sure they fit well on the waist and are long enough to wear with heels. These clever miracle trousers have no side seams, which gives the effect of lengthening legs, whilst flattering the hips and bum.
Women's trousers: H&M Wide Satin Trousers, £39.99
Boyish A straight up and down figure can take tough trends and make them work. Give satin a go with these H&M wide satin trousers. The perfect alternative to a dress for eveningwear.
Women's trousers: & Other Stories Wool Blend Culottes, £65
Tall Tall ladies can pull off the trend for culottes perfectly. Don't be intimidated - the style is so fashionable, and easier to wear than you'd think! Just be sure to add heels for extra height. Invest in this classic pair from & Other Stories and wear all season.
Women's trousers: Hobbs Efa Trousers, £129
Petite Rejoice in your petite figure this season, as you alone can pull of bold prints and patterns. Opt for something feminine, like these Hobbs Efa trousers and team with mannish brogues or ankle boots for on trend autumn/winter style.
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