Dr Oz: Emotional Stages Of Jeans Shopping
Shopping for beans can be an emotional rollercoaster. According to Denise Caldwell, there are five emotional stages to jeans shopping:
- The “Yay Shopping!” Stage
- The “Where the Heck Do I Start?” Stage
- The “When Did My Butt Get So Big?” Stage
- The “I Hate Everything” Stage
- The “The Perfect Match” Stage
However, Denise wanted to take viewers through some major jean therapy to overcome some of the biggest dilemmas women face when shopping for the perfect pair of jeans.
Dr Oz: Shopping For Flattering Jeans
Denise joined Dr Oz and explained that women want to feel and look good and confident in their jeans. But trying to find the right pair can really make a woman feel down in the dumps. The problem is that to find the right pair of jeans, you have to fulfill the complete 360 view, which means you look good from all sides.
Dr Oz welcomed Jeanette, Michelle, and Wanda who wrote into the show in major need of some jean therapy. For Jeanette, she was struggling with the constant waist gap.
Dr Oz: How To Get Rid Of Waist Gap On Jeans
Jeanette hated the fact that every time she found a pair of jeans that fit her legs, there was an unflattering gap at the back of her waist where the jeans were too big. To solve the problem, Denise picked out jeans with a waist at Jeanette’s natural waist, and paired them with a contouring shirt. Additionally, the jeans had a good amount of stretch to them, which meant they hugged Jeanette’s figure without making her feel uncomfortable.
Dr Oz: Avoid Muffin Top & Flat Butt Jeans
To get rid of the dreaded muffin top, Michelle switched to a high-waisted jean with a straighter, slim-leg fit in a darker color. Look for jeans with spandex or lycra because they will provide the stretch you’re looking for.
As for Wanda, she was tired of having a flat bottom in her jeans. To fix the problem, Denise went down a size and selected a sculpting pair of jeans to give her the appearance of a lift, that gave her the confidence she needed. Look flat pockets with the sculpting material.
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