Designer Jeans reviews
This weeks denim review is on a pair of Levi’s Juniors 535 Leggings in Black As Night that I got a few months ago unexpectedly and actually surprisingly love. To my understanding, their Junior’s range is for the older teenagers and I never really thought about wearing Juniors jeans (or jeans for teenagers) before, but as it turns out, I was really suprised at how well they fitted me.
This review will be on a pair of the BleuLab Anti-Fit jeans in Coated Desert Sand (below) from their new men’s collection. I was intrigued to try BleuLab for the first time because I have never worn their jeans before and their concept of having them reversible was always something that I found really cool.
For my review this week, I’m wearing my first pair of Rag & Bone jeans. These are their Cropped Skinny jeans in Destroyed Chester which were designed exclusively for Intermix and are only available to buy there. I have tried Rag & Bone before when I ordered them online, I had a pair of their Legging jeans in turquoise, but I really didn’t get on with those as I found them too big and not very flattering, so I was hesitant about trying these ones out in fear of them being the same. Luckily as it turns out, their actual jeans are nothing like their leggings, so that’s great! I always find there is a cut in every brand that doesn’t work for me though as they are all different.
I’ve loved 7 For All Mankind’s Garden Party print for a long time, so I was excited to review these jeans! First off, they’re called the second skin legging for a reason! They definitely run on the slimmer side. I got a 30 (I usually wear a 29 or 30) in these and they fit very snugly, like leggings. If you’re looking for more of a skinny jean feel, I’d say size up.