The collection comes in sizes 0–24 and is available now.
April: I was surprised that the first pair I tried on fit so well. That never happens! I had enough room in the waist, I could walk, move and do everything comfortably. I got two compliments: one on the style, and one about how my butt looked. *praise hands emoji*
In Good American, Emma wore a size down from her usual.
Emma: For starters, the length actually worked! As a short person (I'm 5'1"), this is a big deal. Usually if I find a pair of jeans that works on the rest of my body, I have to haul it to a tailor and pay to get it shortened. But this was perfect!
The main thing that I loved about these jeans was the comfort aspect. I HATE jeans. Ask any of my friends/coworkers: I NEVER EVER wear jeans. Not to work, not out on the town, not on a train, ESPECIALLY not on plane, etc. Wearing jeans throughout a full workday is my idea of cruel and unusual punishment. However, these jeans were INSANELY comfortable.
Caroline: I'm old-school — I love my jeans structured, tailored, and thick. I try to find vintage or selvedge denim if I can because they last forever. I love a tight skinny jean, but I really dislike the jegging-fit even though it's comfortable because it feels too thin and cheap. These jeans were a complete compromise — they were comfy and stretchy but had a structured, nice denim look.
Emma: I put these on in the morning and then didn't take them off for the rest of the day — even after I could take them off. That is a miracle in my book. I could exactly sit down comfortably at my desk! I think it's because they have a really nice stretch to them.
They seem to actually form to the shape of my body. Instead of feeling like I'm being squeezed into some unforgiving, godless denim tube, I feel like these actually stretch to fit me.
Arielle: Unfortunately, no. I LOVED them, but I can buy Old Navy jeans for a little less quality, same comfort, and without breaking the bank. I wouldn't mind receiving them as a Christmas present, though.
Emma: I would have to do some saving, but for a pair of jeans that I could wear all day comfortably? It might just be worth the investment. But this is simply because I despise jeans and it's incredibly rare that I find a pair I actually don't want to rip off my body like The Hulk.
April: Nope. IMO, the quality of denim doesn't match the price. I was actually surprised by the price point in comparison to the other jeans I've purchased.
Caroline: Absolutely not. I think that's way too much for denim that stretchy. If they were under $75, maybe.