- Step 1: Fill out a flat fanny Fill out a flat fanny with jeans that have back pockets featuring colored stitching or flaps.
- Step 2: Downplay a bubble butt Downplay a queen-sized keister with high-waisted jeans made of 2 percent spandex in a dark, solid wash.
- Step 3: Give it a lift Get an instant butt lift with skinny jeans with back pockets -- they make legs look longer, which in turn makes your bum seem higher.
- TIP: Squat when trying on jeans to make sure they're comfortable when you're sitting.
- Step 4: Tame a triangle bottom Tame a triangle rump -- one where your booty is widest at the bottom -- with heavyweight denim that features high pockets to draw eyes upward.
- Step 5: Minimize a double-wide Minimize a wide posterior with straight-leg or boot-cut jeans; wide-leg ones will just make your bum look broader. Choose ones with closely set pockets; they focus attention toward the center of your butt and away from the sides.
- FACT: In 2005, an anonymous bidder on eBay paid $60,000 for a pair of Levis 501 jeans from the 1850s.
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