Next launches 'in-between' jean sizes to help shoppers find the perfect fit

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Next has launched in-between sizes to help shoppers find the perfect fit [Photo: Next]

There’s nothing more frustrating than finally tracking down a staple-worthy pair of jeans, only to find that they’re not quite the right fit – pffft.

But no need to give up hope just yet, as Next has solved the sartorial dilemma by introducing ‘in-between’ sizes to its shelves.

After listening to customer feedback, the high street giant has launched sizes 11, 13, 15 and 17.

Next is trialling the new labels with three of its most popular jean styles – skinny, slim and bootcut – alongside its £20 chino trousers.

We have our eyes on the high street label’s £22 ‘slim jeans’ [Photo: Next]

For those of you on the hunt for the perfect spring-ready jean, we suggest checking out the brand’s  ‘slim jeans’ in a dark blue wash while the ‘boot cut’ style has made an unanticipated comeback this season – perfect teamed with a slouchy tee and chunky clogs.

The brand’s ‘bootcut jeans’ are also available in the new in-between sizes [Photo: Next]

If you’re desperate to update your workwear game then the brand’s chino trousers are also available in khaki, rust, grey, white and striped colourways.

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Style with a half-tucked shirt and you’re office-ready – the breeziest way to welcome warmer weather.

Next has also introduced a range of in-between sizes for its chino trousers [Photo: Next]

In a press release, the brand announced: “Next are always looking for ways to help women feel amazing in what they wear.

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“After spending time with our customers and listening to their feedback, we have decided to trial ‘in-between’ sizes in some of our favourite jeans and tailoring pieces to ensure that we are offering them the best fit possible.”

If the move proves successful, Next will roll out more in-between sizes in the future.

Hands up, who else is in the mood for a good old shop?

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