If you asked someone what their preferred bottom shape is, the response would certainly be denim 95 percent of the moment. It's not because jeans are necessarily the most comfortable couple of trousers out there (Hello, sweatpants!), but it's the one pair of bottoms that you can rely on in a pinch. Take your endless style, wash and fit options into consideration— the dream of creating a thousand different looks with a single pair of pants is completely possible. Casually and at the job, Jeans are worn. For every occasion, there's a pair of jeans. Comfort in fit determines the best choice of jeans. Relaxed fit and lose fit jeans are both fashionable.

Loose Fit

Through the seat, thigh, and down the jean's legs, loose fit jeans continue in form. This creates less jean shape. The loose fit jean is easily worn over boots with this design and still allows movement. Loose cut jeans are baggy in fit on the hip, legs and calves region. It looks best with a large reduced body on males.

Relaxed Fit

Relaxed fit pants keep going in shape through the seat, thigh, and then knee tapers. In the thigh area, this fit is more relaxed and still provides shape in the jean. This structure is comfortable, but it's not baggy.


For a more comfortable fit, Relaxed Fit is cut more fully through the hip and thighs. With a tapered bottom, Loose Fit is cut more fully through the legs and lies just below the natural waistline.