Miss Me jeans exist to flatter your figure in all the right places. With glitzy pockets, exotic washes and cuts in just about every style you can think of, it's no stretch to assume that there's a pair of Miss Me jeans for every personality. But before you stuff the dressing room full of bootylicious jeans, perform some due diligence with your measurements. Miss Me jeans are sold according to waist and inseam, not a size number. So forget trying to squeeze into a size zero just for the heck of it. Go for fit, and you'll be a happier camper.
Run the measuring tape around your waist, starting at about belly button level. Don't yank it too tight just to get a small number, or you'll feel scrunched in your jeans. Holding the end of the tape with one hand, use your other hand to overlap the length of tape just a little bit. The number you get in inches corresponds with the tag size you should look for on Miss Me jeans. The company's website features jeans ranging from 25 to 31 inches, with a size 25 being equal to a size 0/2 and a size 31 equaling a size 10/12.
Measure your inseam. Pull on your favorite pair of pants that fit the way you like, and put on the shoes you plan to wear with your Miss Me jeans. Look in the mirror to see if you still like the length. If so, then this is your ideal inseam, although the jeans will hang differently based on whether you're wearing slouchy flats or towering heels. Take off the pants and lay them on a flat surface. Measure from the crotch to the hem at the bottom of the pant leg. It's harder to shop by inseam than by waist measurement with these jeans, however. Smaller sizes automatically come with 33-inch inseams and gradually increase to 35-inch inseams in the largest sizes.
When shopping for your Miss Me jeans, pick a pair that snugs up to your rump and hips. Unless you're getting a boyfriend-cut jean, where baggy is what you aim for, you want your derriere to feel supported. Take a look at the backside fit in a mirror. Do you see the crotch sagging? Does extra material poke out on each side of your hips? That's not right! Get a smaller size.
Crouch down in the jeans. Do you feel as if you're about to bust out of them? You might be wearing a size too small. Even though they're supposed to fit snugly, there is such a thing as too-tight jeans. Need more proof? Look at your butt in the mirror. If you see the material bunching up beneath your cheeks and stretching to its full capacity, you're in the danger zone. See if you can get by with a size larger.
Miss Me jeans are super-long by nature. Most petite women have 30- to 31-inch inseams, while the average inseam is about 32 inches. Hire a seamstress to hem your jeans if they're too long for the shoes you want to wear with them.