Finding the perfect fit and jean size online can sometimes be a little overwhelming, so we've provided some helpful hints and tips to make it a little easier.
Don't forget that it's free to exchange items for a different size, see our Returns & Exchanges policy.
To help you find your MiH jean size we've created an online Size Calculator. Just enter your waist and hip measurements and we'll do the rest. Find your size.
If you know your dress size, you can use this table to convert it to the MiH equivalent. Please note these sizes are an indication, and you may need to go up a size or down depending on the style.
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At MiH we offer a wide range of jean fits, from super-skinnies to wide leg flares. To learn more about each fit, check out our Fit Room.
We refer to jeans by their 'wash' rather than their colour, a technique that combines different fabric, colour and finishing effects to give a unique look, fit and feel. You'll find detailed wash notes in the Fit & Feel section on every product page.
All denims loosen up with wear, even non-stretch denim, and some give more than others. We have 8 types of stretch, and you can use the 'fabric' filter on the Jeans page to find jeans with same stretch.
Innovative power-stretch denim that holds you in and smoothes you out for a super-flattering fit.
Combining the look of jeans with a super-stretchy feel, this denim gives and recovers with wear to create an incredibly comfortable, true fit.
A classic-weight denim with a good stretch; it holds you in and recovers with wear to create a true fit.
With just a touch of stretch, this denim fits snugly and opens up with wear for an authentic denim feel.
Sleek jeans with a soft, cotton-like feel; smooth and supple on the body without looking slouchy.
Non-stretch denim with a natural give and an authentic fit and feel.
Our non-denim fabrics have an extra-stretch feel and will ease a little with wear for a soft, comfortable fit.
To help you find your perfect fit, here's an explanation of the measurements we show next to each jean.
The front rise determines how high or low the jeans will sit on your waist. It’s the measurement down the front of the jean from the top of the waistband to the join in between the legs. We adjust this point for every size.
Low Rise: Waistband sits on the hips
Mid Rise: Waistband sits just below navel
High Rise: Waistband sits above the navel
Long or short, ankle or cropped, if you measure from where the seams join in between the legs down the inside leg to the hem, it will show you how long the jean is. Inseam measurements vary by style but remain the same for every size.
The hem opening tells you how tight or loose the jean is going to be at the hem, and it determines the silhouette of the jean. The smaller the hem opening, the skinnier the jean; the bigger the hem opening, the wider the leg of the jean.