Wearing tight pants can make you feel self-conscious if you don't feel comfortable enough with your body. Having firm legs, tight glutes, and smooth hips can be a great way to ensure you will feel comfortable in your tight pants. There are a few things to remember when picking out a tight pair of pants.
Choosing tight pants that will look right may be hard but can be done. The first thing to keep in mind is don't go too tight. Pants that are too tight will bunch up on your legs and butt area. Black pants or dark colors are always the most slimming colors to wear. Try to stay clear of wearing tight white pants because most are very see through. You want pants that hit right about at your hip and fall right about where your foot and ankle meet. Wearing high heels or shoes with a heel with tight pants give the impression that your legs are actually longer.
Another important thing in how to choose tight pants is what you will wear underneath. You don't want the lines of your undergarments showing. Wearing a thong or g-string works for solving that. If you don't like wearing them, try wearing girl's boy shorts also known as boy briefs (yes they are for girls and are very comfortable to wear). They are great to wear with tight pants if you want to conceal panty lines.
Another good idea that many people do that works very well is wearing spandex or pantyhose underneath your pants. They even everything out underneath. They also make your pants fit better.
A good way to feel comfortable in tight pants is exercising the areas that your pants will be fit to. Squats are the best exercise to work your thighs, glutes, and calf muscles. They are fairly easy to do and give great results if you stick to doing them. Stand straight with your feet shoulder width apart. Place your hands on your hips. Standing up tall, put your shoulders back, lift your chest up and pull in your abdominal muscles. Bend your knees keeping your upper body straight. Lower yourself straight down as if you were going to sit on a chair. Lower yourself until your knees are almost as far out as your toes but not completely at your toes. Don't lock your knees when you return to standing position. Doing three sets of 10-12 reps five times a week can really make a significant difference.