Jeans it's not one-size-fits-all when you are choosing the latest jeans style

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Construction
The way jeans are cut, put together and finished will influence their appearance and durability. Since you will wear jeans often, the garment must be made well. In general, check for smooth, straight stitching, even stitch length, and threads secured at ends of stitching. Extra stitches, bar tacks, or rivets serve as reinforcements at places of stress - belt loops, at pocket openings and below the zipper. Consider these details:

Waistbands - The band should be cut in one piece and securely stitched with ends enclosed, rather than overcast. Check to be sure belt loops are securely attached and of ample size and number to hold a belt in place.

Placket - The fly area, whether with zipper or buttons, should be faced or of a double fabric thickness. Look for straight, secure stitching and at least one bar tack to reinforce the bottom of the placket. The fly facing or shield should be tapered and reinforced with tacking or fabric tape. The zipper should be sturdy enough for the garment fabric and of adequate length to easily put on jeans. Be sure the zipper has a secure lock feature. That is, the zipper glide should remain in place at the top when stress is applied.

Seams/Stitching - Flat fell seams with double or triple stitching provide flat, firm, enclosed seams. Check to be sure they are smoothly constructed. This seam construction encases the seam allowances so there is no raveling during wear or laundering. If seams are not flat fell, be sure the seams are serged (overcast) to cover the raw fabric edges and thus prevent raveling.

Check the joining of seams at crotch and yoke areas. The joining should be accurate and seaming properly finished for a smooth garment appearance and durability.

Other details - Decorative detailing, such as embroidery, contrasting pocket insets, or piping, should be evenly and smoothly applied. Buttonholes should be stitched closely, with no loose threads or exposed edges. Quality pockets have edges carefully turned under and have been placed evenly and securely on the garment. Lining or pocket fabric should be durable, with edges finished. Hems should be even, flat and securely stitched.


Size/Fit
Jeans are available in sizes for everyone - men, women, misses, juniors, boys, girls, little boys and girls, and special sizes or cuts for the tall, petite, slim or large person. What size and type to buy will be influenced by:

Your measurements
Your body build. Your body or figure contour - male vs. female. Styling details generally, men's and boys' jeans are sized and purchased by waist size and inseam measurement. Boys' jeans may be sold by size number, such as 8 to 18. Misses' and women's jeans are sold by garment size, such as Misses 8, 10, 12, etc., or women's sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, and so forth. In some instances, you buy by waist size. Girls, little boys, and little girl’s size categories are also sold by size number.
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