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Jeans are a staple in every wardrobe. Here are some tips for choosing the right fit and style to fit your body.
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Vanessa Valera: Welcome to WatchMojo.com. This is Vanessa Valera and today we're at Parasuco on Crescent Street, a place that is very famous for jeans, where you are going to be able to find jeans of high quality and a phenomenal fit, specially for you.
We are joined by Anna, the Manager of the store, and our lovely model, Mikhael. What kind of jeans is she wearing right now?
Anna: Right now she is wearing what we call the skinny jean, which is really in right now. Then it's a very low-rise, with side pocket. So anybody who has bigger hips, it will decrease the hips, like we say, which gives a very nice silhouette. And the skinny jean you can wear inside of the boot or you can wear it on top of the boot.
Vanessa Valera: I love those kind of jeans. So we're moving on to the second pair, which is one of my favorite. Anna, let's talk about this one.
Anna: So what Mikhael is wearing is a flat cut, which is one of our bestsellers, is what's known here at Parasuco, we sell the most. It's a little more high-rise, which is great for the ones who have bigger hips. Flair doesn't emphasize anything on the body, just makes you have a nice silhouette.
Vanessa Valera: Now, we are going to be talking about the third jeans, which have a dark wash.
Anna: That dark wash jean is a very low-rise, where we can see the bellybutton. It's a slim fit, with a boot cut. And if you notice, the back pockets are a lot lower, so anybody who has a flatter behind, it will give a little lift.
Vanessa Valera: It makes you look curvilicious.
Anna: There you go.
Vanessa Valera: Now Anna is going to talk to us about a different jean which has a gray wash.
Anna: So the gray wash is a straight length, slim fit, with a regular rise, which means it's just a little bit higher than a low rise, and it's also a boot cut. The pockets are regular pockets. Very nice fit.
Vanessa Valera: What about the color? Does the color make you actually look slimmer or not really?
Anna: Well, it has a little bit of a shadow effect towards the front and back, so yeah, it emphasizes a little on the legs and the behind, so maybe for smaller girls.
Vanessa Valera: And last but not least, we are going to be talking about some capris.
Anna: So this you can consider as a jean, you can consider as a capri. It's a skinny leg with a zipper at the bottom, so you can just zip it up and just roll them up, wear them as capris with a nice sandal, fits very nice. Once again, it's a low-rise, and very dark wash.
Vanessa Valera: Oh, I love that, because it's very versatile.
Anna: That's right.
Vanessa Valera: So hopefully we have made your shopping experience way less stressful. Remember, it doesn't matter how many pair of jeans you try, you just need to find that perfect pair that fits you well.
Make sure to check out the new Parasuco store opening this March in Vancouver and on April in Los Angeles. Thank you so much for joining us.