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Jul 30, 2014
I love these jeans! I have pairs and pairs of jeans that cost 4 times as much--but don't fit 1/4 as well. For a woman with curves who is dead tired of dealing with muffin-tops over low-waisted jeans, these jeans will be a joy. The "L" length is great with 2 inch heeled booties for my 5'8" self. These jeans are so comfortable (and flattering), I wear them whenever I fly internationally (6 to 22 hours).
Jul 29, 2014
from Upstate NY
I love this jacket! It's comfortable, stylish, stretchy, and form fitting. I also love the color, not too light but also not too dark. It has a nice already worn in color and feeling. I was concerned at which size I would choose because some reviewers said it runs small and/or a little bit tight (Zappos and on the Levi's site itself). I took a chance and ordered the Medium (I'm 5'4", 150 lbs, 36C, 29" waist and 40" hip) and it fits great. The fit is not cropped or long on me. I believe if I chose the Large it wouldn't be as flattering and I'm not looking for baggy arms or waist on a denim jacket. If you are looking for the "perfect" denim jacket, order this one, you won't be disappointed!
Jul 24, 2014
They fit! I'm a 16 or 18 on the bottom with a smallish waist. I already have a couple pairs of the 529 curvy straight in 16. I was afraid these would be tight but in size 16, they are body-skimming, not body-hugging. I can sit down in them. I'm not crazy about the slighly lighter patches on the thighs ("glacier" color) or the whiskering in the back, and I may take a blue marker to the light-colored stitching in back. Also, size 16 has a 33 inch inseam, not 30, so I'll have to roll or hem them. But ... they fit! Getting ready to order another color right now!
The story of the legendary Levi's® jean began on February 26th, 1829 with the birth of Levi Strauss. Creator of the classic 'blue jean', Levi has seared his way into the hearts and souls of people across the globe. Representing the spirit of bold independence, Levis jeans have always been built for pioneers of the past, present and future, making them a household force to be reckoned with.
Originally an immigrant of Bavaria, Levi traveled westward in search of greater opportunities and fortune. An eager businessman of his time, he established a wholesale dry goods business simply dubbed 'Levi Strauss & Co.' It was through this outlet that he imported dry goods, including clothing, umbrellas and fabric. Business was blossoming with the rise of the gold rush, but it was in 1873 that Levi struck gold. Levi Strauss, along with co-creator Jacob Davis patented the process of adding rivets to pants for increased strength and durability. Their creation of the classic 'blue jean' can now be found in households and catwalks worldwide.
LS&Co exists today as one of the world's largest brand-name apparel marketers with sales in over 110 countries. The Levi's brand continues its legacy by consistently providing quality jeans and products, and by earning the trust of consumers, investors, employees and society as a whole through their responsible business practices. This principle of responsible commercial success is embedded in the company's 156-year history and continues to anchor the way LS&Co operates today.