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Sep 28, 2014
I ordered several pairs of skinny jeans/leggings and these were the only ones I kept. The material is thick denim, like regular jeans. They are stretchy, but not too stretchy, and I felt that they were flattering even in size 16. I normally wear only Kut from the Kloth jeans in a 14, but I needed these in a 16. I have a large waist and skinnier legs so Levi's brand is often too tight on the waist but these were perfect. I only wish they had a color between the really dark denim and the medium faded denim.
Sep 26, 2014
My favorite jeans are ready to give up the ghost so I've been on the hunt for their replacement. They had to fit, NOT be stretchy, have a pretty standard cut (not super tight, not wide leg), and never threaten to expose my backside when sitting down. When I put these on, they already felt like they were MY jeans. That's hard to come by when you have big hips and a little waist. Very, very happy with these.
Sep 26, 2014
from United States
These are great jeans, but be careful: there are actually 2 different styles all listed under the same category of "529 Curvy Skinny." The first style (which I love) has a 2 button closure with a slightly lower rise (below the belly button) and shorter inseam (30" like it is listed in the description). The 2 button style comes in the following colors: glacier w/triple needle, black ink D7212, high impact w/triple needle, & western dark w/blackout. The second style (which doesn't work for me) has a 1 button closure with a higher rise (at the belly button) & longer inseam (about 32"). The 1 button style comes in the following colors: black sateen, darkest ace, indigo culture, & sun halo w/damage. My suggestion to Zappos.com would be to split these two styles into separate categories.
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