Mens’ and women’s jeans and trousers sizes in UK

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Jeans are, undoubtedly, an all-time classic. In the midst of fashions that come and go, they never go out of style.

They are extremely popular; almost everyone owns at least a pair. Ultra-versatile jeans are a basic in every wardrobe as they go well with both casual and formal tops and accessories. What’s more, a well-fitted pair of jeans or other type of trousers can optically enlongate legs and conceal a belly pooch. If you want to find your perfect fit in UK, the tables below may be of help.

 

UK women’s jeans or trousers sizes:

 

6

8

10

12

14

16

Waist (cm)

61 - 64

65 - 68

69 - 72

73 - 76

77 - 80

81 - 84

Hip (cm)

86 - 89

90 - 93

94 - 97

98 - 101

102 - 105

106 - 109

Inseam* (cm)

80

80

80

80

80

80

*Leg’s length from heel to crutch


UK mens’ jeans or trousers sizes:

Size

 

Waist (cm)

 

 

+

Inseam (leg’s length from heel to crutch)

28

71

Short

Regular

Long

Extra long

Extra extra long

30

76

29 in

 

73.5 cm

31 in

 

78.5 cm

33’’

 

84 cm

 

35’’

 

89 cm

 

37’’

 

94cm

32

81

34

86

36

91

38

96

40

102

42

107

44

112

 

Did you know?

When you shop for jeans, there is usually a wide range of styles available. Have you come across names such as ‘bootcut’ or ‘petite’ and wonder what they mean? Below you will find a mini-guide to help you find your perfect style.

- Bootcut - slight flare from knee down
- Boyfriend - loose-fit intended for wearing low on the hips; legs can be rolled up
- Capri leg - leg cut ends at mid-calf
- High waist - the raise is higher than usual
- Low rise - low waist; jeans designed to be worn low on the hips
- Petite - specially proportioned for petite body build: shorter inseams, lower rises etc.
- Skinny - tight fit throughout the leg
- Straight leg - straight, narrow leg with no flare

Which is your favourite denim cut?

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