This classic rise sits at your natural waistline. Your natural waistline is typically at your belly button or just above it.
This modern rise sits below your natural waistline and belly button, but above your hip.
Low Rise - Misses'/Women's
This trendy rise sits on the hip and below the belly button.
Low Rise/Superlow Rise - Juniors'
This trendy rise sits below the belly button and slightly lower on the hip than the misses' low rise.
Skimmer pants have an in-between length that hits at or right below the knee. Skimmers are a hybrid of long shorts and capris.
Capris are short pants that fall about midcalf or just below the calf. Typically capris are shorter than cropped pants.
Cropped pants fall at various lengths from midcalf to right above the ankle. Typically, cropped pants are longer than capris.
This style is straight and narrow through the seat, thigh and knee. Not to be confused with a short pair of straight-leg pants, this style is designed to hit at the ankle.
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*Leg openings may vary by brand and product type.
Short for "sandblasted." This term refers to fabric that has been washed with sand or another abrasive material to produce soft, faded results. For dramatic contrast, look for styles that have been superblasted in certain areas!
This must-have finish features a crisscross weave. It looks great in any denim hue - from light sandblast to dark indigo. Try stretch crosshatch, too.
Trust us, this style looks better than it sounds! It refers to denim woven with uneven yarns, giving jeans a totally cool, textured effect.
The cut-off look isn't just for denim shorts. Frayed edges are showing up everywhere, including waist lines and leg openings
These jeans are actually baked in an oven. The process gives them a semi-permanent, creased or wrinkled effect in certain areas. You get a vintage look without wearing out the denim.
The coolest thing to happen to denim since bell bottoms. These jeans are highly faded and sometimes finished with holes, rips, tears and fraying hems. The perfect detail to satisfy your inner rock star.
Like stone-washed jeans, they have been prewashed to make them softer and give them a worn-in look. The difference – they've been tinged in beige, brown or khaki to make them appear "dirty."
Denim that looks like it was dipped into diluted dye shades of any color in the rainbow. Red, brown, gray or turquoise - take your pick.
This wash features bleached-out marks that resemble whiskers (typically right below the front pockets). A big trend!