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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very flattering! I love the fit of these jeans. I previously wore both the Bold Curve and Supreme Curve styles in the Curve ID line. These jeans seem to run a little larger than the Curve ID jeans: the last pair of Bold Curve skinny jeans that I bought about 2 months ago on clearance were a size 29, but the size 28 in the 811 jeans fits perfectly. For reference, I am 5'0", 120 pounds and muscular; I have an 11" difference between my waist and hips and these jeans fit perfectly without gapping in the waist. They're fitted but not skintight like leggings. I would love the see this style made with a 30" inseam for us shorter gals.
Date published: 2015-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Quality, Incorrect Size Label I think these would be okay if they were in good quality denim... and if the inseam actually measured what it says on the tag. I ordered a 31" inseam and that's what the tag says, but a quick measure with a tape reveals they have a 29" inseam. Two inches short. Beyond that, the waist is strangely droopy, as if it stretched out or was sewn or measured wrong. Belting them resulted in the fabric (I refuse to call this thin, cheap fabric "denim") gapping all over. I'm so disappointed in Levi's. They've been my go-to for years because of their quality (remember when jeans just got better looking the longer you wore them?) and fit, and now both those features are gone.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bring back bold curve!! I was obsessed with the bold curve jeans as they were the only ones I ever found that could accommodate the 13-14 inch difference in my waist/hips. I bought these as levi's website said they were the follow up to the bold curves. When I first got the jeans I was pretty happy with the fit and color washes so I kept them. However after wearing them a few times I've noticed that the fit is all wrong. I have the dreaded waistband gap as well as weird bagging around the upper thighs. They also seem to run a little short. It's just all wrong. Ive resorted to over-wearing my remaining pair of bold curves. Please, Levi's give the people what they want! Bring them back!
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from BRING BACK CURVE ID What were you thinking, Levi's? For the first time in my life I could order a pair of jeans from a website and know they would fit. Furthermore, because they WERE 98% cotton, they were sturdy and actually lasted. Now I can't wear a single jean made by you, because GUESS WHAT I was Supreme Curve and the Curvy series doesn't come close to fitting me as well, not to mention they feel like they're made of tissue paper with the new fabrication. Why did you change your marketing from jeans that fit all women to cheap crud that fits... poorly? These are lower quality than the "jeggings" I get from the hosiery department at the department store. So, so disappointed.
Date published: 2015-11-19
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