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High Street Fit Finder is a free information service that removes the frustration, and dressing room agony, from shopping for jeans.

We help you to find the perfect fit and buy the right size first time.

It’s new, it’s different, and it’s the little retail revolution that you know just needs to happen… get involved and join us, and together we’ll bring sense to sizing!

What size jeans am I?


Just follow these three simple steps:

  1. Measure yourself
  2. Use the Fit Finder
  3. Buy the right size first time – online or instore

We match your body measurements against all the retailer’s size guides and product data to find what you’re looking for.

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Jeans of different sizes on the Fit Finder


You’ll find all these major High Street retailers to search on the Fit Finder and Brand Directory

brands you can find on High Street Fit Finder


Just received my jeans and I love them, they are the perfect fit!

Katherine R.

I’ll definitely use this website regularly as it saves so much time.

Alison H.

When my new jeans arrived they fitted perfectly!

Katie H.

It seriously cuts down the stress of online shopping.


you're so much more than a number image


The current culture in the UK is causing women to feel increasingly under pressure to be a certain size. This pressure can cause anxiety over appearance and low self-esteem, and lead to mental health conditions such as eating disorders.

Coupled with a retail industry that promotes vanity sizing, where an individual can be six different sizes in six different shops, leaves women feeling confused, frustrated and often, distressed over their “size”.

As well as helping women to buy clothes that fit, quickly and easily, we want to help women to stop defining their self-worth by being, or wanting to be, a certain size, and to be happy in their own skin.

We aim to do this by making “size” irrelevant; it should be just a number that is used to purchase something, and by only allowing additional advertising that is body positive, body diverse and not airbrushed, women can shop without comparison to unrealistic body ideals.

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Plastic bag charge

From today retailers in England must charge 5p for each plastic bag you use for your shopping.   It is thought 7.6 billion plastic bags are used every year, the equivalent of 140 per person per year! In a bid to protect the environment (plastic bags take hundreds of years to degrade) and reduce waste, the government have passed a law which will see retailers with 250 or more employees charge at least 5p for the bags they provide for shopping in stores and for deliveries. If you think this will only affect your weekly food shop, think again… the government hopes to reduce plastic bag use by 80% in supermarkets and 50% on the High Street. Free bags will still be provided for consumers buying items such as uncooked meat, poultry or fish, prescription medicine, razors, and certain fresh produce such as flowers. Also, paper bags, like those provided in Primark and John Lewis may also be free although this has yet to be confirmed. But for your clothes shopping trips, you will need to provide your own bags or pay 5p for one of the stores’, taking your bargain pair of jeans from £9.99 to £10.04. If you’re thinking that’s not bad for the convenience, that equates to paying £7 per year on carrier bags alone. Instead, we suggest investing in a well-made foldable synthetic bag like Baggu, keeping it in your handbag and using it for many years to come. Happy shopper, happy planet!  ...

Fray hem jeans

Fray hem, frayed, raw hem, raw edge, unfinished, undone… whatever the term used it all means the same – a pair of jeans without the obligatory stitching at the end of each leg. This new trend is hitting the shops for AW15 with full force, due in part to the trend’s ability to lengthen the leg. A versatile style which looks great dressed up or down, it’s an easy fashion to pull off, and with many of the High Street retailers adopting this look, there’s a pair to match any budget. Here are just a few… Ted Baker SHENZII Raw hem skinny jeans * £79 New Look Blue Ripped Fray Hem Skinny Jeans * £24.99 Levi’s 711 Skinny Jeans £90 Select Heidi Skye Rip Skinny Jeans * £17.99 Topshop MOTO Undone Hem Denim Culottes * £36 Alternatively, if you’ve got no cash to splash this autumn update your old favourites by cutting off the hem with a pair of sharp scissors. Easy peasy!                 All jeans available on the Fit Finder now! Find your perfect fit and buy the right size first time!...

ANGIE: what it’s like to shop for clothes when you’re me

This is the first in a series of posts called “What it’s like to shop for clothes when you’re me”. We want to know how women feel about shopping for clothes, their problems with it, the benefits, and how it makes them feel about their body. Our friend Angie, who runs the blog: has kindly stepped up to answer our questions… Please tell me a little about yourself; just a couple of sentences to describe your life and the things and people that you love. If I had to come up with one sentence to sum up my life, this would have to be: “There are never enough hours in the day!” Split between being a mum of two young kids – and trying to be good at it, having a full-time job – trying to be good at it, developing my own blog ( – trying to be good at it… you get the idea… Not easy! But I do manage to steal some “me” time to read a good book, pump it up at the gym or just listen to my favourite music. I love my kids and my friends, and do try to make time for them. Just not enough hours in the day! Please describe your body in one sentence. I am very tall for a woman (6’4″, or 193 cm) but well proportioned – I hope! Please tell me about a shopping trip that stands out in your memory and how it made you feel. Trying to be a positive person, I will focus on a positive shopping experience, rather than on one...

Superdry jeans

When you think of Superdry you immediately conjure up images of the distinctive Americana and Japanese-inspired hand-drawn graphics which adorn their high-quality tailored clothes. Although Superdry only launched in 2005 they’ve made their mark on the high street with a celebrity following which includes David Beckham, Jamie Oliver and Leonardo DiCaprio. The brand’s growth has been significant. You can currently find them in 515 locations in 46 countries. And their online store ships to more than 100 countries. This might be something to do with Superdry’s wide appeal. They manage to attract teenagers whilst still capturing an older audience. Perhaps this is because of their unique philosophy which one of the founders Julian Dunkerton has previously spoken about, “If someone tells us something is a trend, we go completely the opposite way. Nine out of 10 fashion brands are following exactly the same trends, looking at the same forecasting books and the same websites – we aren’t.” So if you’re looking for jeans with authentic vintage washes and unique detailing look no further than Superdry. They stock 47 pairs of women’s jeans in five different sizes and three different leg lengths, and prices start at £44.99. The sizing system used is the waist measurement, with the five sizes falling between 24 and 32 inches. You won’t find any bootcut or flare shapes here. Superdry pretty much specialise in skinny and slim jeans with a low-waist, or jeggings. They stock one pair of boyfriend jeans. Most pairs come in a variety of denim washes but there are a few pairs of black, white and grey jeans available. Embellishments include distressed...

Jeans for AW15

The latest inspiration for jeans, and indeed a lot of other clothes in-store this Autumn-Winter, is the Seventies. Flares, wide-leg jeans and denim culottes are hot stuff this AW15 season. Whether you take the trend down the disco route or hippie trail, it doesn’t matter. Grab your wide-brimmed hat, fringed bag and wedges, and go! Here are some of the best 70’s jeans you can get on the High Street right now! Flares Abercrombie & Fitch High Rise Flare Jeans Dorothy Perkins Petite indigo flared jeans Monsoon Erin Flare Jeans   Wide-leg jeans French Connection Wide Leg Jeans – Rinse Jaeger Relaxed Fit Jeans, Chambray Next Smart Denim Rinse Button Wide Leg Jeans   Denim culottes Diesel CULOTTE 0666P Karen Millen Culottes, Denim Topshop Womens MOTO Raw Hem Denim Culottes – Indigo   Whatever ’70s style you choose, buy the right size first time with our Fit Finder!...

“We promote body confidence”

What we mean when we say “we promote body confidence”   At the core of what we do, is to promote body confidence for everyone. This blog post outlines what that means, for us, and for you. Body confidence is a feeling of self-assurance arising from an appreciation of one’s own physical qualities. To be body confident means that: You don’t worry about what other people think or say about your body, how you clothe it, or what you do with it. You are happy with your body just the way it is and value its purpose, function, health, in addition to its aesthetic quality. You are not swayed by society to change how your body looks and you accept your body’s limitations, flaws and imperfections. Everybody has a body but confidence in that body is not a given. Life events and experiences, and the people in your life, can all have an impact on your body confidence. How you feel about your body can change; a state of flux not only throughout your lifetime, but throughout the year, the month and even the day. If you have body confidence – great, keep doing what you’re doing! If you don’t have body confidence, you can get it – it just takes some positive thinking and a bit of practice. We understand that it’s difficult to be body confident in our current culture here in the UK. We feel that the media in the UK is causing women to feel increasingly under pressure to look a certain way. This pressure can cause anxiety over appearance and low self-esteem. Some businesses...


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