Curvylicious

 

Collection B faux leather jacket, $55 (similar); necklace via sample sale, $5; secondhand JCPenney shirt via yard sale, $1 (similar); Levi’s modern demi curve skinny jeans, $70; We Love Colors socksFranco Sarto wedge booties, $32 (similar)

And my black streak continues! I loved wearing this. Can you tell from the pictures? I think it’s my NEW BLACK JEANS. Ahh!!!!! I finally retired my J Brands in my shop (Thanks, Lauren!) and bought a new pair of black skinnies.

I recently heard about Levi’s new Curve ID jeans and had to try them out. I have small hips, a huge butt, and short legs so it’s hard to find anything that fits me perfectly. I end up using the Instant Button on all my pants. So I was intrigued by these diverse curvylicious jeans. I went to a Levi’s store and tried on a million pairs in various curve jeans because I didn’t know which one I was. After an hour of frustration, I finally had someone measure me. Why I didn’t do that before is a mystery even to me. Well, I found out I’m a Demi Curve! ..and my butt looks marvelous.

Verdict

  • The jeans aren’t as skinny as I had wanted so I skinnied them myself.
  • The quality is no where near J Brands.
  • This pair fits me a lot better. My thighs are happy. My waist doesn’t gape in the back.
  • My wallet thanks me.

So it’s a lose-lose-win^2-win, which is still a win to me.

Have any of you tried out the Curve jeans? Which curve are you?

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