A great-fitting jean is always in fashion. For fall 2012, Sarahi House of Fashion has introduced their signature jeans, which feature a unique, patented V-cut and C-cut silhouette for tall, statuesque women.

Designer and creative director Suzette Kelly has engineered the perfect fit for all body types. The jeans are designed in five different styles and a variety of color washes.

Their jean styles include the V-cut, designed with a high-rise backside and low V-cut front, and the C-cut, with a high-rise back and low, rounded front. Both signature cuts allow women to go beltless while eliminating the uncomfortable annoyance of traditional low-rise jeans that reveal beyond permission.

“Our goal is to serve the needs of every woman. We strive to design each piece of fashion to portray elegance, class and sophistication at the highest level,” stated Kelly.

To offer women of all shapes and sizes the most comfortable fit possible, the denim used in the Sarahi Signature collection is 97 percent cotton and 2 percent elastane. In sizes that range from 0 to 24, the jeans offer a combination of femininity and confidence to women of all ages, heights and body shapes. The collection fills a valid niche in the market.

Sarahi House of Fashion soft-launched in 2008 and has been on the fashion company-to-watch list. They have created an impressive buzz at high-end stores.

The line offers custom-designed signature jeans that include the popular Sahari relaxed hip, loose-legged jeans and the Sahari Flounce red carpet couture collection. In their collection, each piece is a mix of culture and avant-garde glamour.

The company shows fashionable clothes and shoe lines that are designed to fit the tall women’s body, while also catering to average height and petite women.

One gets the sense that Kelly is a savvy business woman. Inspired by her personal assistant, Kelly has a nice eye for detail, trendsetting and fashion-forward aesthetics. She spends hours working on fit and correcting the jeans’ patterns so their fit will be flattering.