I’m 5’3, and I Approve of These 14 Pairs of Flare Jeans

As someone who’s just shy of 5’3″, finding denim can be challenging. And when you throw the latest trends in the mix, it becomes even more of a process of trial and error. Today I’ll be covering the trend of flared denim, something I’ve been seeing more of as we head into the new season. While I originally thought I couldn’t pull off flared denim as a petite girl, I proved myself wrong today.

As an expert shopper, I know my way around denim brands and what works for my height. There’s a slew of brands I rely on, and I’ve taken note of inseams that work for me and ones that don’t. If you’re on the petite side and are looking to try out the flare trend for your denim, look no further. Below, I’ve rounded up the best-flared jeans on the market for shorter girls and even added a little extra with additional jeans I’m loving right now.

Topshop’s Jamie jeans are one of my favorite pairs, and they just released a new flared option.

I wear this Reformation pair at least twice a week.

Zara’s length has always been tricky for shorter girls, so their cropped pairs always hit at the perfect length.

The high waist and slimmed leg will make your legs look way longer than they actually are.

These are unbelievably chic.

If you’re not feeling white jeans, opt for this light cream shade.

I love how ASOS releases their jeans in petite sizing as well.

I love the cinched detailing.

If you prefer more of a slim leg.

BDG’s jeans meet the perfect middle ground of cool and comfortable.

One Nordstrom reviewer has these in three different washes and calls them her “favorite jeans of all time.”

27-inch inseam, just how I like it.

A cropped kick-flare would look so good with a heeled ankle boot.

I own these in a light denim wash and now have this pair in my cart.

The perfect neutral pant.

I can’t stop thinking about these.

If I could one wear pair of jeans forever, this would be it.

This is a fan-favorite for a reason.

The tie detail takes this denim to a whole new level.

You can always count on Madewell for your go-to basics.

Pink and tie-dye? Sign me up, please!

Mom jeans aren’t a trend anymore, they’re a wardrobe staple.

These have been on my wishlist for a while now.

Floor-length wide-leg always tends to look off on me. Maybe it’s time to give these a try? Next, I Made a List of All the Spring Items That Make Me Happy—Enjoy