They are ok for wearing at your job but after a few washes they start to wear out.
The Levi's from the Levi's Outlet last fro very longtime compaired to the ones from Wal-mart.
deffinately considered to me my go-to-jeans. comfortable and easy to mold outfits with!
Nice and tight in the butt area
Laid out flat, they look kind of bow-legged, but that is the genius of Levi's. Their designers somehow knew that these funky looking jeans would look great on. They are a bit loose in the derriere, hence the name "slouch", providing the perfect San Francisco "hipster butt" effect, as I like to call it (I've seen someone else with a different body type wear them, though, and it can look much sexier if that's what you're going for).
The other thing that I find sets them apart from other low-rise skinny jeans is the material. 99% cotton/1% spandex, you almost can't tell there's spandex because the fabric is so thick and sturdy. Classic Levi's quality construction tells me that these jeans will last.
I only took a star away from comfort because they're a little too low-rise for my liking. They dip even lower in the front, and I have a long torso, but throw them on over a hot AA leotard and problem solved.
I haven't bought any yet as they're a bit too pricey for me but I might just get them. I tried them on though and I fell in love with them
comy jeans. best fitting and styles.
It's really comfy and looks fantastic. Levi's also has nice quality. This particular blue jeans which colors transfers to other garments is really a bit of a downside though. My white baby phat shoes has a blue stain on them( my jeans are long and touches my shoes) and my brown ba is slightly bluish now because it brushes my jeans whenever i carry it. However, another jeans, a faded skinny one has a nice fit. Emphasizes my curves in the right place, I've been using it for 1 1/2 years now. Still is in good shape.
There's not much to say in regards to looks -- they're a pair of men's jeans, regular fit. They're comfortable, with loose legs that don't constrict movements when running to catch buses. Better yet, they have deep front pockets, which can comfortably fit a wallet, a cell phone, keys, a thumb drive, some quarters, and a pack of gum. What I really like about them, though, is how well they've lasted. I've had my current pair for four or five years now, and despite repeated washing, they haven't lost much of their original color and the leg bottoms haven't frayed.
I've gotten a lot of comments about these boyfriend jeans. Actually they aren't boyfriend jeans. They are just men's jeans. They come in different inseams, I get the 30" because I am only 5'3". They fit great around the hips as long as I wear a belt. And the Light Bright wash is the ideal distressed color I wanted. They are relatively cheap about $49 for jeans. So definitely worth experimenting with.