Denim Review: Nobody Mod Straight jeans in Navy

This weeks review is on a pair of Nobody Mod Straight jeans in Navy. I was really excited about trying Nobody Denim, purely because I have heard a lot of good things about the brand. Things like the soft denim and wonderful fit are two things that come to mind when people have mentioned Nobody to me before. I did originally want to try a pair of their skinnies, I love the medium distressed pairs but they didn’t have any left so I got to try these straight leg jeans. I don’t often review straight leg jeans on DenimBlog, I think I have reviewed only one pair, so it makes a nice change really.

I have to say, everyone was right when they said the denim was super soft. It is! It’s really buttery and smooth against the skin and it has a texture like thick silk to it, it’s really comfortable and stretchy to wear and that’s definitely one thing that’s important to me when being attracted to jeans. I love the fabric to be soft and wearable, there really is nothing worse than wearing a pair of scratchy and uncomfortable jeans in my opinion. The fabric combined with the straight leg cut definitely makes the jeans wonderful. They are a lower rise fit with a slim straight leg. I’m saying slim because they only just about fit over my heels while other straight legs I have fit over my heels quite loosely. These are a slim fit all over though so I think that’s the reason.

Another thing I like is the unique pocket embroidery, they just use a line and a dot on the right back pocket and nothing else. I think this keeps them really simple but you can still tell what brand they are. I wasn’t sure how the pocket placement was going to be with Nobody jeans but I was pleasantly suprised, they are very symmetrical and they sit in the right place on your butt. I did find the pockets to be quite big though, well not as big as Current/Elliott but a little bigger than most premium denim pockets. This isn’t something that bothers me as I don’t mind bigger pockets at all but I know it can be something that does bother a few people as it can elongate your butt a little or make it look flatter if your butt isn’t on the rounded side.

The wash is exactly as it’s called, it’s navy, a fabric/matte type of navy colour as it doesn’t have a sheen to it or anything. It’s a wash that’s a classic and can be worn anywhere really. I can definitely see why celebs like Miranda Kerr and Heidi Klum are repeat wearers of Nobody Denim, they are wonderfully soft and comfortable while being flattering at the same time. I can definitely say I would love to try more! Especially the skinnies, I think I may have to do some Nobody Denim shopping when it’s sale time! Buy Nobody jeans at

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  1. I’m of two minds about this. My first thought was they’re too long but then I noticed they kind of make your legs look longer so I don’t know. I haven’t seen a a lot of people wear them like that in person but I have seen a few celebrities wearing them like that. I know if I wore my jeans like that my friends would be like you need to hem those. I don’t know what do you think Lorna? Also these jeans seem to fit like skinny jeans, I always imagine straight leg jeans being a lot looser, anyway as usual super punchy outfit. The cardi is such a pretty colour.

  2. I always go by the rule that if your jeans are wide enough to cover your shoes then they should, so straight legs, bootcuts, flares etc, they should always cover your heels and be about 1cm off the floor. Straight legs are supposed to be looser I know, they are definitely supposed to fit a little bigger around the hem and calf area than these do. Skinnies are the only jeans I will wear that show my shoes though, otherwise covering your heels with your hem on other jeans elongates the legs and it’s why celebs do it, they give the appearance of thinner and longer legs 🙂 Does that make sense? 🙂

  3. Loads. I was leaning in that direction but sometimes you just need someone’s approval lol, some expert approval 🙂

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