They're comfortable, reasonably priced and last for seasons on end
comfy, affordable, best quality, best fitting and styling.
My beef with Gap jeans is their quality. At first they fit fine but after the first wash or so they stretch in the most unflattering manner.
I think that the quality of gap jeans is great for the price you pay. The jeans are not on the trendy side but more on the classic/basic side. I would def recommend gap jeans.
I have one gap jeans, the boot cut one, and yeah i found it quite comfortable. It's not that stylish but if you want to find something easy to wear, it's a good choice i think.
i really don't like [gapjeans)
they don't fit me right
and there soooo annoying to wear when they don't [hug) the right place.s
even though they don't fit right..... they can be comfortable if i just throw them on and wear around the house!!
my only pair of gap jeans were from a factory outlet (somewhere on a mountain in tennessee, no less) and i got them simply because they were $10, and rather flattering because they were size 0 and then i was almost a 4.
i still enjoy the colour very much, and the flare's a happy alternative to skinny, really, but i've come to realise that they don't fit as well at the hips, as they do in the legs.
nevertheless, they're super comfortable and a lovely pair of everyday jeans.
If you are short and fat (okay) plump ... maybe not plump, robust, yes robust, like I am GAP Jeans are perfect. Size options are great both in the store and online especially for those fringe sizes.
While they seem to have changed customer demographic in recent years going from targeting Yuppies in Khaki crumpled suits with crisp white shirts to a hipper crowd today they still have good jeans for everyone.
Comfort is great, especially if you have a robust backside and short legs. Color options are also good.
Ok... I'll admit that I still wear a pair of jeans that I bought almost 7 years ago. When I gained 20 pounds, they went to the back of the closet, and after I lost the weight, they came back out again. They fit me pretty well, and are the right length for my legs, which is why I keep them around.
They aren't particularly stylish (especially since I bought them eons ago... can we say "acid wash"?), but they're pretty durable and reasonably priced.
I've always found GAP jeans to be very durable (as in, they can take a beating and keep on ticking) but they aren't very great in terms of style, fit, or feel. If you get the length for short people (which I do), the inseam tends to be just an inch too short for where I like it to fall on my shoes. As a result, the back of my jeans are constantly riding up and getting stuck in whatever pair of flats I happen to be wearing at the moment. Also, the jeans are rough on your skin and don't feel as pliant and body molding as more pricey jeans. Finally, there isn't much in terms of cut or styling, so you're really just wearing an average jean. Cheap, durable, but average.