Abercrombie Denim Guide

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Hello, friends! As promised, I am bringing you an Abercrombie Denim Guide! A lot of you have said you were interested in trying jeans from Abercrombie but weren’t sure which styles to buy. Abercrombie has REALLY stepped up their game when it comes to jeans this year and they have so many options to fit so many different body types. Honestly, sorting through all of their different styles can be overwhelming! A lot of the names are similar and it is hard to see the small differences of each cut in the pictures online. That’s why I decided I would try before you buy! I’m breaking down the details of eight different styles. You’ll find a couple of denim guide cheat sheets along with additional photos and details below! I hope this helps you find which fit is best for you!

I am wearing a size 25 Short in all jeans – I am 5’5″ and prefer a slightly cropped length.

Denim Guide Cheat Sheet

90’s Ultra High Rise Straight

Abercrombie’s Ultra High Rise is the highest rise their jeans come in. It hits just above the belly button. These jeans have a vintage inspired loose fit throughout the leg and are full length. I have been wearing these a ton! They’re one of my absolute favorites and remind me of my Agolde jeans except they’re about half the price!

Karina wear abercrombie 90s ultra high rise straight jeans

90’s Ultra High Rise Relaxed

Another 90’s inspired style, these jeans are an even more relaxed fit and have a wider leg than the jeans above. They are also full length. I like these jeans but think I will only wear them with heels. For me, these look disproportionate and a little baggy when I wear them with sneakers or flats. I do think they look nice with a fitted top and heels!

Karina wear abercrombie 90s ultra high rise relaxed jeans

Ultra High Rise Slim Straight

These are tied with the 90’s Ultra High Rise Straight for my favorite pair of the bunch! These are also very similar to Agolde! These are a perfect mix between a skinny jean and straight jean. If you love skinny jeans and have been hesitant to try the trendy straight jean, these are a great starting point. Again, these are the highest rise and full length.

Karina wear abercrombie ultra high rise slim straight jean

Curve Love High Rise Skinny

Abercrombie’s Curve Love jeans have an extra 2 inches in the hips/thighs and cinch in at the waist. If you have a curvier build and deal with the dreaded waist gap in jean, these are for you! Abercrombie’s high rise sits right at the belly button. These were a more relaxed fit on me but I still really liked them! If you do have more curves, these will fit you like a traditional skinny jean.

Karina wear abercrombie curve love high rise skinny jeans

Ultra High Rise Straight Ankle

These are the perfect jean for spring and summer! They are ultra high rise and have a loose fit throughout the leg. The thing to note about this pair is they are cropped right at or right above the ankle. Great for those warmer weather days!

High Rise Dad Jeans

These jeans sit right at the belly button and have a very relaxed fit and they are full length. This pair just didn’t work for me. I thought they were a little too baggy and not flattering on my body. I do have this same style in a different color and I do like those better! I’m not sure if the color makes the difference or maybe they changed the cut over time… If you’re looking for super casual and comfy jeans, these might be for you!

Karina wear abercrombie high rise dad jeans

High Rise Mom Jeans

These also sit right at the belly button. They are wider in the hips and taper in at the ankle. These jeans would be great to wear with a pair of sneakers or flats!

High Rise Skinny Jeans

The last pair I tried was their High Rise Skinny. Again, these sit right at the belly button. These were very fitted but not super tight at the ankle. They were a little too long for my preference but they look really nice and I still love them!

I hope you guys found this helpful! Let me know if there are any other denim hauls you want to see! Which brands would you want to see next?!



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