How Abercrombie Shorts Look on a Size 14 Body

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I have been on a mission to find the best denim shorts for my curvy ladies and decided to try Abercrombie. Abercrombie & Fitch as a brand has done so much to be more inclusive. Keep reading to hear what I thought about their denim shorts!

The first pair of denim shorts that I tried were light wash mom jeans. I originally ordered the curve size and they were much too big. Curve offers two extra inches in the waist and thigh area. I carry most of my weight in my upper waist and don’t need extra room in my thighs so decided to go with regular sizing. Curve sizes are perfect for women who carry more weight in their lower halves. I ordered a size 33.

The second pair i tried where are the high waisted 90s shorts. I got a size 32 and they fit so well. The shorts have a little more inseam length to prevent chafing and I was very comfortable and felt held in but not too tight. I would highly recommend looking at their size descriptions and having your measurements handy when ordering because that will help you decide which style is best.


The last pair I tried were a size 33 dark wash mom shorts. Be sure to add a little cut on the side thigh. I was comfortable with the length and they were a good rise. I honestly probably could’ve even gone a size smaller, there is still lots of room in the thigh area. I was a fan of this distressed look. On a scale of 1 to 10 I would say the stretchiness of these shorts is about a five. Again, I feel held in but not like they’re too tight.


I’m so happy that I decided to give Abercrombie & Fitch denim shorts a try because I think that they are awesome for women who carry their weight in different ways than the average type that society caters to. Stick around to see what other denim shorts I try and how they look on a size 14 body. You can see this post and lots of other midsize style ideas on my Instagram and website.

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