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1. Don’t mistake them for pants
The jegging may look like a jean and wear like a jean, but despite its trouser-ward aspirations, it will never be a pant. Instead of tight-fitting tops, cropped tanks, and tucked-in blouses, which can make a person look unbalanced in all senses of the word, opt for loose-fitting tunics, minidresses, and boyfriend shirts that skim your curves rather than cleave to them.

2. Choose a dark wash
Like regular denim, the jegging comes in myriad washes, including acid and stonewash. The jegging novice will do well to experiment with a darker wash, however, because they’re more flattering across body types. Bonus: They’re also more versatile and can pull off more-formal occasions.

3. Know thy tailor
Pegged and rolled hems look awkward on jeggings and no one wants to walk around with a few feet of bunched fabric around their ankles. If your jegging is too long in the leg, get it hemmed—or look for petite sizes that run shorter.