A perfect fitting pair of jeans is a key piece in any wardrobe. But finding a great fit online can be tricky. To help, we've created a simple process that breaks fit down into three key components: cut, size, and inseam. Read on to Find Your Fit.

1. Find Your Cut Click here to start

All bodies are different. After 9 years of fitting all sorts of body types, we've found that the vast majority of people fall into one of a handful of standard shape categories. Check out the following videos and descriptions and select the shape that best matches your own.

Men's Cuts

Women's Cuts

2. Find Your Size

Our men's jeans tend to run a bit small compared to mall jeans - we recommend ordering a single size up (if you get a 34 at Banana Republic, order a 35 in DDCo.) If you're wardrobe consists mainly of raw and/or selvedge jeans, you should order the same size you always do. You can also compare the measurements of your favorite fitting jeans to our fit charts. Still not sure? Feel free to webchat, give us a call, or send us an email and we can help you determine the best size for you.

Our women's jeans are sized by the waist and are pretty true-to-size with most other brands. Need help converting a dress size into a waist size? Check our handy chart to see what size will work best for you. You can also compare the measurements of your favorite jeans to our fit charts, but be aware that measurements on jeans with lots of elastic (4% or more) will not give accurate waist, seat, or thigh measurements. Still not sure? Feel free to webchat, give us a call, or send us an email and we can help you determine the best size for you.

3. Find Your Inseam

We will gladly hem your jeans to whatever length you want. Check out the video below for information on how to measure your inseam. Looking for room to cuff? We suggest adding 1''-2'' for a single cuff, 2''-4'' for room for a double cuff.