From the makers of your favorite skinny jean, J Brand gets better and bigger for spring's great love for wide, roomy legs.
Just wanted to add a comment about the rise of these jeans. While I usually wear low rise jeans (I have TR Julie, TR Joeys, J brand 12 inch lightweight in Shadow) this pair fits too low for my liking. I am conscious of my butt crack showing when bending down and my muffin top. Hence, I can only wear this pair of jeans with my top tucked out, which is a shame. Just half an inch higher would have been so much better. Otherwise, this pair of jeans is really flattering.
I like these jeans a lot. I found them to be true to size, with potential to give a bit. Definitely better for less muscular thighs/bottom, but it doesn't matter if you have some curves in the waist/hip area.I take a size 28 in true religion and 29 in most other jeans. I took 29 in these and the fit is spot-on.The denim is fairly thin and the length is extremely long, so if you are shorter with muscular thighs/larger bottom, these probably are nhot going to fit you as well as you would like
um.....theese jeans are really not worth 178 or whatever amount. they fit really small its ridiculous..and theres nothing really special about them. you can go out and find 40 dollar jeans that are better fitting then theese. maybe its just meant for a certain type of body...not mine
The fit is great, although I had to go up a size...but be careful they don't rip!!! I'm on my second pair and they are not all 98% and 2% elasterell like it says here - I have had two pairs of Dark Vintage in one year and both times the bum has ripped. NONE of my other jeans have done this. If you can get ones that are only 2% elasterell, do it. Mine are 28% - and I'm pretty sure that is why the material is weaker and frankly pathetic. Check your tags! Hope this helps.