June 14, 2013 Crystal Phuong 0 Comments

Hi everyone, 

What usually comes to your mind when you think of buying a pair of jeans? Size, shape, material, or color? The first thing that comes to my mind is always the shape. As I'm a small girl at 5' something, I particularly pay more attention to any jeans that are slim-fitting and give me more curve and height credits. I, somewhat, always ended up buying GUESS, ZARA, Cotton On Jeans but hardly found a pair of jeans that I considered Perfection. 

And because many years ago, Levi's jeans in my eyes were the jeans for men only (based on many advertisements I saw), I thought there wasn't anything in store for me. Thus, I never stepped in. Saying this might not give me any advantage especially when Levi's sponsores me the whole outfit that you are going to see below but oh well, at least I'm honest. 

There is a first time for everything. 

My first time trying on the Levi's Curve jeans was a mind-opening experience. I'm not even kidding. Why are they so fitting? Why are they so curvy? Why the length of the jeans is so perfect? Why are they so comfortable? I got myself lost in so many "Why" questions especially "Why did I NOT wear any Levi's Jeans before? 

The outfit I was wearing is from Levi's Spring/ Summer Collection 2013. Vibrant, youthful colors are what you will see in their store. It wasn't easy for me to pick one item only among many other incredible items like shirts, shorts, jeans, dresses etc... as I wanted all of them. At last, I decided to go for jeans and shirt pairing as I thought this look would be versatile and dynamic enough for everyone to wear. 

If you want to go out for brunch, shopping or walking around with your friends, I would recommend you to wear this outfit with a pair of wedges sneakers for the sake of comfort. 

But if you are up to a casual date night or even a party, put on your favorite heels and you are ready to go. 

I also love how soft and comfortable the shirt material is. It feels like touching my own skin. 

The Levi's Jeans I was wearing are called Demi Curve which frames perfect proportions by flattering the waist and smoothing the overall silhouette. There are 2 more types available for you. While "Bold Curve" honors real curves and celebrate true feminine contours, "Slight Curve" celebrates straight figures by defining the waist and accentuating curves. If you are unsure which type will look great on you, please feel free to ask the sales staffs, they are very friendly and helpful. 

Curve from the front 

To the back.  Levi's ever once said "It's about the shape, not the size" and I couldn't agree more. In fact, Levi's designers studied the bodies of more than 60,000 women to develop three custom fits based on the difference between the measurement of a woman's hip and seat- the greater the difference, the curvier the body. 

I didn't even have to adjust the length at all,  the jeans just fit me so perfectly to my utmost surprise. 

I was also attracted to the creative idea of white jeans with purple as secondary/ highlighted color on the inner side. It's like a peek-a-boo when you fold the hems upward.  

Matching belt and accessories to add in the final touch. 

Blouse: Levi's
Jeans: Levi's - Similar here
Heels: Cesare Paciotti (Similar here)
Forever21 necklace - Similar here
Lovisa heart rings (Similar here and here) - Swarvoski watch
Wedges Sneakers: Isabel Marant

Have these curvy jeans made you feel the itch of getting them home yet? If you are still wondering whether or not Levi's has any pair of jeans that fits you, I suggest you give it a try. I bet you would not want to buy jeans from any other brands after that like I did.  

Good luck in finding your favorite jeans and I hope this blog entry has given you some good tips and information. 

Thank you so much for reading everyone. 

P/s: This blog entry is proudly sponsored by Levi's and is one of the requirements for Singapore Blog Award 2013. My blog is in Top 10 of Best Fashion Blog , Levi's 501 Best Interpretation Blog and is waiting for your support.  Please VOTE FOR ME! Click HERE to find out how to vote.