Introducing Levi’s Curve ID Jeans!
After so many years in the business, Levi’s Jeans are basically part of the American tradition. Awhile back, we took the opportunity to review Levi’s Curvy Jeans – the 528 and 529 styles. Now, in 2011, the denim engineers over at Levis have come up with an entirely new collection of jeans designed to fit and flatter curvalicious bodies – the Levi’s Curve ID Jeans. There are four completely different fits of jeans in the Curve ID collection. Women all over are breathing a sigh of relief saying that finally, someone recognizes that curvy bodies aren’t always created equal!
If you relate to the term “bootylicious,” then this is the jean for you. It is designed to be fitted to your waist and sits lower in the front and higher in the back to naturally enhance your curvy body. Levis also guarantees no gapping in the waist. Everything down to the way the pockets are designed promise to flatter your curves and keep everything covered.
These jeans are designed to fit straight figures – you know, hips that are almost straight up and down with a very slight curve. These jeans offer definition at the waist while bringing out the “curvy” in your shape.
Think about the Demi Curve as a body shape that’s a bit curvier than the straight. These jeans are perfect if your “waist fits but doesn’t flatter.” These jeans are engineered to flatter the waist and offer a smooth all-around shape.
And then there’s the Bold Curve. Again, if gapping at the waist is a huge problem for you, then these jeans are made for you. This design has a slightly higer rise and hugs the waist without any gapping or pulling. Again, the pockets are designed to accentuate your assets.
Where Can You Buy Levi’s Curve ID Jeans?
Everyone doesn’t have access to a Levi’s store nearby, so if you want to find these jeans you will have to turn to the help of the Internet! Macy’s to the rescue – you can find several styles of these jeans through their website. You can also head directly to the mall but sometimes its hard to tell whether your size will be in stock. If so, then you’ll have better luck with ordering online.
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