Designer Jeans reviews
Originally, I was not a huge fan of denim jackets, but once I started seeing celebrities in motorcycle jackets I knew I wanted one. I loved this version from Current/Elliot but it was sold out. I saw Gap‘s Biker Denim Jacket on celebrities like Jessica Alba and Jamie King and thought it looked like a great alternative. When I went to try it on (and saw the price, under $50!) I fell in love with it!
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This weeks review is on the brand new brand SOLD Design Lab Jeans. I have done a couple of posts on the brand already and I wanted to share a review on a pair of their jeans with you.
I think these acid washed pull on skinny jeggings are so cute! They don’t have a zipper, they just use a button so you pull them on and I love that! It’s not difficult either because they are so stretchy! They feel just like cotton leggings or a spandex style fabric, they really are that flexible. They are very easy to move in and I love wearing them! I’m also a big fan of the acid wash trend and this new brand havs this grey version of it done perfectly! I love it, I think it’s very pretty.
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I previously posted this blog post in Feburary when I first got these jeans as they were released. A lot of people were asking for worn pictures for this Diesel Matic 8B3 review. I have finally gotten around to taking some modeled photos for you to see. They are below. Please excuse them being a bit tight in the butt area, since they are rigid they are a lot harder to break in for those of us with a tush, haha!
This weeks denim review is on a pair I recently bought; Diesel Matic 8B3. I am a huge fan of distressing and that is what caught my attention with these jeans. They are absolutely gorgeous! For all you Diesel experts out there, you will understand what I mean when I say the wash is like a mix between 71J and 61X, the blue of the denim is what reminds me of a darker 71J and the rusty patches on the jeans reminds me of 61X. The distressing has heavy reinforcements on the inside so they don’t rip anymore than intended as well. They used really pretty fabrics for this; sparkly silver and a pinstripe white and blue cotton. The hems come pre-distressed too, which I love, it saves you worrying about ruining them yourself…
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I got these AG Adriano Goldschmied The Stilt jeans in 18 Year Damage a couple of weeks ago and I fell in love with them. I have always loved how they looked on Heather Locklear, the wash looked so pretty, the distressing looked perfect and since they were skinnies that was a bonus. I can tell you I wasn’t disappointed when I got them! They definitely met my expectations.
One thing I love about AG Jeans is how authentic their washes are. They spend time and care on getting them just right, their whiskering looks just like it would on a very old and used pair of jeans, their distressing is done so well that it passes off as real and it looks really good, each of their jeans are numbered so they are all unique and individual, their fit (which I will talk about more in a moment) is always fantastic too! I really do love AG Jeans and I only have 2 pairs!
These Stilt jeans have a really good fit for me, the rise is just about right, it’s not too low and it’s not too high which I love, the back pocket placement is also extremely flattering, you can tell they have taken time to get it just right as the pockets sit on the butt in the right places. They have also made these jeans nice and slim all the way down but still being very fitted and flattering. The inseam is also not too long, I often find myself with a lot of stacking at the ankles or having to hem my jeans but with these I get neither which is great!
The thing I love most about these jeans is the 18 Years Damage wash. I’m obsessed with looking at how pretty the faded light/medium blue shade of the denim is and it’s just set off perfectly with the whiskering, it’s in the exact places it should be and it’s faded just right to make it look authentic. The distressing I also love to bits, it’s done with such care that it looks like it wont blow out or rip and it will stay looking worn in for the rest of the jeans life span. The wash for some reason looks darker in my photos than it actually is, I would say my pair are a little more darker than Heather’s and the outside modeled photos are a better representation of the wash rather than the laid down images inside.
I do still need to break these jeans in a bit as this is only my second time wearing them. They are still a bit stiff in the waist and butt area at the moment. The denim used for these jeans is of really good quality. You know when you touch a jean, you can just tell that it’s made of amazing denim? These are just like that, they have that slightly coarse woven denim feel to them, that little bit of graininess. I’m always impressed with how much detail and time goes in to making an AG Jean. I would say, even though they are a lot of money, if you are a denim enthusiast, it’s definitely worth the price tag investing in a pair.
If you are looking for a perfectly distressed and authentic looking light washed pair of skinny jeans then these are the pair you are looking for! They fit all the requirements of a worn in look Summer jean and the fit is perfect. Each pair is unique and that’s what makes them more valuable and special to each owner. I really love these jeans and I can’t wait to wear them more. I definitely recommend them, like I do with most of my jeans as I always love them, I don’t see the point in buying a pair I don’t like and wont wear haha. Buy these jeans at Revolve for $253.
Images courtesy of Lorna/DenimBlog (please credit if used) and jeans courtesy of AG Jeans.