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Hey! It’s Bethany from Snakes Nest! Hope everyone is staying warm! These high waist Levis Curve ID jeans have quickly become some of my favorite jeans this winter. Although, it’s never really winter here in Los Angeles!

I stopped by the Levis store in Beverly Hills and got to pick out a pair of jeans! They measured me and found my perfect fit. I measured to be a Demi Curve, which is the style designed for women who have moderate curves and some definition from waist to hip. From the demi curve jeans, I chose a dark wash, mid waisted skinny jean. They have different styles and colors for every Curve ID! You can take the quiz online to find your perfect fit!

These jeans proved to be durable and warm this winter. They’re thick, but you can still move in them. I wore these all day before I took the photos and they still fit like they did when I first tried them on. They’re not particularly stretchy, but I don’t mind it. They hold their shape extremely well.

I’m a fan of mid/high waisted jeans. I think they’re really flattering to a lot of different body types. These jeans go up to just below my belly button. They’re extremely slimming and they squeeze in your holiday weight you may or may not have put on! The dark wash is also slimming, so these jeans are basically perfect.

The Curve ID jeans are awesome and they’re made to fit your body type. Take the quiz or stop by a Levis store for a fitting!

The Levi’s Curve ID jeans reviewed here are available from Levis.com.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I turned out to be Supreme Curve and found there were only 7 styles available for my shape (as opposed to 20+ for straight and demi curves.) None of the styles and washes looked especially cute. I think Levis caters to young, skinny and ruler shapes, unless you go to Kohl’s and buy their classic mom jeans. In contrast, DKNY jeans’ standard pattern fits me like a custom jean. The styles are more modern and striking than Levis IMO. Bethany, I’d say that style looks o.k. from the front and side, but a bit short in the back rise, since it is pinching you from behind. This has been my past experience with Levis.Next time you’re at the mall, stop by DKNY and try their skinny fit. It has the midrise you like but with better room in the seat. IMO, you will eventually tire of this particular Levis style.

  2. I turned out to be Supreme Curve and found there were only 7 styles available for my shape (as opposed to 20+ for straight and demi curves.) None of the styles and washes looked especially cute. I think Levis caters to young, skinny and ruler shapes, unless you go to Kohl's and buy their classic mom jeans. In contrast, DKNY jeans' standard pattern fits me like a custom jean. The styles are more modern and striking than Levis IMO. Bethany, I'd say that style looks o.k. from the front and side, but a bit short in the back rise, since it is pinching you from behind. This has been my past experience with Levis.Next time you're at the mall, stop by DKNY and try their skinny fit. It has the midrise you like but with better room in the seat. IMO, you will eventually tire of this particular Levis style.

  3. i just bought demi curve straight jeans, and sad to say i now regret it.  The size fit me good on the waist but baggy on my back side, thighs and legs.  I wish i could buy from the US store since in Indonesia (where i bought this jeans) the staff doesn’t measure you and they dont help at all. Now i am looking for another designer jeans that fit me perfect.  

  4. i just bought demi curve straight jeans, and sad to say i now regret it.  The size fit me good on the waist but baggy on my back side, thighs and legs.  I wish i could buy from the US store since in Indonesia (where i bought this jeans) the staff doesn't measure you and they dont help at all. Now i am looking for another designer jeans that fit me perfect.

  5. i just bought demi curve straight jeans, and sad to say i now regret it.  The size fit me good on the waist but baggy on my back side, thighs and legs.  I wish i could buy from the US store since in Indonesia (where i bought this jeans) the staff doesn't measure you and they dont help at all. Now i am looking for another designer jeans that fit me perfect.  

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