Designer Jeans reviews
This week I am reviewing J Brand’s Bette jeans in Navy. I am a big fan of J Brand’s Lovestory jean, but with the wide leg and high-rise, these have a definitive 70’s vibe, and are unlike anything else I own.
I chose the navy color, which is a very rich dark blue, almost black color, which pairs well with a lot of different things. I have owned these jeans for a few months, wearing them regularly, and I have not noticed any fading. The fabric is a bit of a mix between twill and denim. They are thicker in weight, but very soft and stretchy, so they’re comfortable. They also don’t stretch out too much and keep their shape very well.
I purchased a size 29 and they fit snugly through the hips, waist, and knee. They begin to flare right at the knee, and are slightly wider than my J Brand Lovestory.
I usually wear a 34″ inseam and these have a 35″ inseam, which is exactly long enough without dragging on the ground. Because of the high waist, these make my legs look really long, which I love! The bottom also has a wider 1″ hem, which I think adds a nice detail and finish the the leg.
Another nice detail is the flat front pockets. The front has 2 flat pockets, which are only an inch or so below the belt loops. I think that this draws the eyes up toward the waist. They are also located on the front center, which are flattering and slimming. The back pockets are similar in shape, lower and slightly larger. They are centered at the back and because of their size, are also flattering.
Overall, I really like these jeans. The dark navy wash is very versatile and flattering. If you’re looking for a pair of wide leg or high rise (or both) jeans, I think this pair would be a flattering option for a variety of different body types. You can buy J Brand online at JBrandJeans.com.
My denim review this week is on a brand of jeans that I hadn’t tried before, but had always wanted to, Henry & Belle. I got their Super Skinny Ankle jeans in Cornflower as my first pair of jeans from the brand and I’m happy to review them for you. The jeans did come with the Right Amount Of Give label attached to them (which you can find out more about here) and I think it’s a great cause.
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.