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Francis Lola in the James Jeans Twiggy Dancer

Francis Lola in the James Jeans Twiggy Dancer

Francis Lola in the James Jeans Twiggy Dancer

There are so many jeans that came out in response to the athleisure boom a few years ago, with super stretch technologies that yielded some pretty impressive fabrics. Denim brands everywhere were doing their best to compete with the rising popularity of casually-worn gym leggings with their own lightweight denim alternatives made to move with you rather than constrict. Here is blogger and youtuber Francis Lola in the James Jeans Twiggy Dancer, which was an incredible, revolutionary jean that came out in 2014. Luxuriously soft, these leggings really are flexible enough to do ballet or yoga in thanks to a fabric technology powered by ISKO™! The jean was so successful after its initial launch (which offered only a handful of washes), that it’s branched out to all sorts of other beautiful washes and details. Francis is wearing the Twiggy Dancer in Black Flex Distressed, which features on-trend blown out knees, a mid 8.75″ rise and an inseam of 29-30″ (depending on size) which makes it a great year round jean, perfect for keeping cool in the summer and tucking into boots in the Fall and Winter! James Jeans is also known to be a great jean for curvier bodies, so this jean is a win all around.

Shop the James Twiggy Dancer in Black Flex Distressed here.

Check out a review I did for the Dancer in Arabesque (one of the original washes) back in 2014 here!

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I’ve been quite the denim fanatic for several years now, and am happy to apply this passion to something that I can share with others. I am also a graphic designer/web developer and have done design work for two of the biggest designer boutiques in town, which is partly to blame for the 100 plus pairs of jeans I now own in my collection! It always fascinates me how much can be done with the denim fabric alone, and the constant innovations will always keep me hooked.


  1. Their web site posted blurry concept pictures. Can’t see the product at all. Can’t even see the back pockets. The model isn’t standing up straight. Is it that hard to make this product look good? I don’t bother ordering jeans when they are presented like this.

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