The Jasmin trousers are a fantastic example of paperbag trousers. Paperbag trousers have become a popular item in the collections of several trendy clothing brands. What are they? Trousers with a high, pleated waistline, with or without an elastic band. The pleats are kept in place with a belt or cord. The end result is a clearly accentuated waistline.
The Jasmin Trousers for pears
The way the Jasmin trousers highlight your waistline is great for your body shape. This pattern isn’t too baggy either, so it doesn't make your lower body look too heavy. Even better, the turn-ups of the trousers counterbalance the hips nicely.
Go for a medium to dark colour. You want your upper body to catch the attention first, so go for a light or brightly coloured top and pair with darker Jasmin trousers. The top will look loveliest in a fabric with a fluid drape (e.g. satin). Do be sure to tuck your top in.
Go for a fabric with a lovely, but sufficiently heavy drape. Stiff fabrics are a no go.
The Jasmin Trousers for slim rectangles
The Jasmin trousers are a fabulous design for your straight, narrow figure. They create a waistline and add volume to your lower body.
Make the trousers in a light or a striking colour and pair with a top in a print or with loads of details, such as puffed sleeves, flounces or ruffles. Nice tops include the Norma blouse or Victoria top. Definitely tuck the top into your trousers.
Your fabric options for these trousers are unlimited. Go for something with a fluid drape or something on the stiffer side. You can’t go wrong!
The Jasmin dress for neat and full hourglasses
The Jasmin paperbag trousers look smashing on neat and full hourglasses. These trousers don’t have a baggy cut, so the extra volume that paperbag trousers might normally add to your lower body isn’t too overpowering here. The crotch isn’t low either, so you don’t end up with legs that look too short.
Pair with a plain, fairly form-fitting top and tuck it into your trousers.
Make the trousers in a sufficiently heavy fabric with a fluid drape, i.e. avoid fabrics that are too stiff.
The Jasmin Trousers for apples
The high-waisted Jasmin trousers don’t do your figure any favours because all the focus is on the waistline – precisely what you’re not going for. In fact, they'll only make you look plumper.
What to do? Check out the Bertha, Benita and Billie trousers – all trousers that look sweet on apples.
The Jasmin Trousers for wide rectangles
The high-waisted Jasmin trousers don’t do your figure any favours because there's too much focus on the waistline. On top of that, the high waistline makes your upper body look shorter.
What to do? Check out the Bertha, Benita and Billie trousers – all trousers that look great on wide rectangles.
The Jasmin Trousers for inverted rectangles.
The design and cut of the Jasmin trousers don’t really do wonders for your body shape because there’s too much focus on the waist. Even worse, the high waist makes your upper body look shorter and heavier as a result.
What to do? Check out the Bertha, Benita and Billie trousers – all trousers that look sweet on inverted triangles.