Designer Jeans reviews
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.
This weeks denim review is on the Goldsign Lure Lace Effect skinny jeans in Port. I have only previously tried Goldsign jeans once and that was on a pair that ran really large, so they ended up fitting like boyfriend jeans more than skinny jeans, so I wasn’t overly fond of them for that reason. It’s nice to be able to review a pair of their proper skinny jeans and test them out as they should be.
This weeks denim review is on another pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans, this time their Avedon Velour Skinny Pants in Butterscotch. This is actually my first time wearing mustard coloured jeans. Even though I love the shade, it’s always been a bold one that I haven’t had first on my list to try. I do love it though!
The Avedon fit, like I have mentioned before, is my favourite cut from the brand. It’s got a great low to mid rise with a very skinny fit on the legs and a very flattering back pocket placement. I find it to be a very flattering cut in general amongst many other brands, this is why it’s probably their most popular cut they have. I would definitely recommend trying the Avedon cut if it’s your first time trying out Citizens of Humanity, you wont be disappointed! I took my regular size of 27 in these and they fit me just fine so they definitely run true to size. The signature stitching on the back pockets is also very minimal, you can see it there, but the thread blends in nicely to the rest of the jeans.