Denim for all shapes

NOTHING beats a perfect fitting pair of jeans.

To help shoppers find the most flattering jeans, to suit their body shape and size, denim experts and Jeanswest has created a specialty denim range.

The core denim range includes the following styles:

Curve embracer jeans: A jean that hugs the curves of your hips, and thighs in all the right places to create the perfect fit. These jeans are specifically designed and engineered to fit girls with small waists and are available in a slim straight, bootcut and extra long styles.

Tummy Trimmer jeans: Designed to flatten and flatter the stomach. Available in a mid to high rise, soft stretch denim.

Buttlifter: The pockets have been strategically positioned to give you a perky butt. Available in a low to mid rise, soft stretch flare

Petite jeans: Designed for smaller frames, offering a low rise narrow fit through the hips and a sleek fitted leg. The skinny leg profile captures a flattering silhouette for petites.

Super skinny silhouette: The latest styles capture a bold, sophisticated and contemporary look. Available in a range of jewel tones.

Maternity jeans: For the mums-to-be with a growing baby bump, they have an adjustable elastic waistband, belt loop and double layered elastic tummy band.

The latest men's collection is defined by straight and skinny styles, offering relaxed weekend styling.

Visit a Jeanswest store or to find your perfect match and snap up two pairs of specialty denim jeans for $99.

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