So last night Levi's held an event at their Soho store in NYC to introduce editors and bloggers to their new Curve ID jeans. Each guest were able to get fitted into a pair of Levi's jeans by the associates as we sipped on champagne, ate delicious Pinkberry yogurt with toppings of our choice and cupcakes. Also they gave a demonstration on how to measure yourself to ensure you get the correct size and fit. Each guest that attended received a pair of Levi's of our choice. The Levi's Curve ID jeans was designed to fit your shape which is very important when selecting jeans. The Curve ID jeans comes in three styles to help you personalize your correct fit.
Slight Curve is for people who try jeans that are too tight in the waist. It defines your waist and enhances your curves. It comes in skinny, straight and skinny boot cut. The Demi Curve is for people who try jeans and the waist fits but doesn't flatter. It flatters your waist and smooths your shape. It comes in a skinny, straight, skinny boot and boot cut. Last is the Bold Curve for people who try jeans and the waist tends to gap in the back. The Bold hugs your waist with no gaping or pulling in the back. It comes in a skinny, straight and boot cut. I am a curvy girl with a small waist so if you are like me then I will go with the Bold Curve. When I tried the jeans on, I did not want to take them off because if fits exactly how it said it would. I have trouble getting pants period because of my butt and they always gap in the back. These don't and I don't have to wear a belt with them. The only negative thing I have to say about the Bold Curve is that the longest length is a 32" and the length I got just fits. I am 5'7 so I needed a longer length and they don't make it. However I still got them because of the fit and they looked great on. I recommend the Curve ID to anyone having trouble finding jeans. Also fashionistas the price point for them is $69.50 which I think is a good deal for great pair of jeans.
Photos: Cheri, Phillip Angert