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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best fit ever! I have a butt, I have thick thighs, I have softballs for calves, I also have a tiny waist. Finding jeans is a miserable process for me. Until I found these. I am SO in love with these jeans, I can't tell even begin to describe how much I love them. Just enough stretch so I can move, break out into random song and dance numbers, run to catch the bus, and sit without worries of my underbritches showing. I would love to see this with a true high waist, because that would look so good on shorter curvy things like myself.
Date published: 2017-11-04
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 1 out of 5 by from Decent fit, but chemical smell Like many others, I wish Levi's would bring back the old Curve ID. These do not fit as well as the Supreme curve, and the material is very thin. However, they are still better than most brands for women with fuller hips/butt and smaller waist. My only complaint, and it is a big one, is the terrible chemical smell on my latest pair. I've tried washing a dozen times, soaking overnight three different times in baking soda, and airing outside for a full day, and they still smell so bad I can't wear them. I'm not sure why, since I've not had this problem before. I'll have to toss them, and will be trying a brand other than Levi's. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2017-11-06
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