Finding well-fitting jeans can be daunting, especially when shopping online. The goal is to find jeans that are slimming, form-fitting and the right length — but that doesn't always pan out. And don't even get me started on finding the right style.
It looks like these No. 1 bestselling Levi Strauss & Co skinny jeans check off all the boxes and more. With over 45,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, shoppers can't stop raving about the slimming and shaping effect of this pull-on denim style.
These aren't your standard jeans, either. Levi Strauss & Co nixed the traditional button and zipper combination for an easier pull-on option made with a stretchy waistband. The thick band provides a slight slimming effect, almost like built-in shapewear!
One reviewer described the fit as "like leggings and definitely wear like skinny jeans — but without any of the drawbacks of skinny jeans."
They are currently available in a wide range of sizes and lengths, and eight different colors including classic blue "Harmony," a darker denim "Immaculate" shade, "Noir," aka black and "Winetasting" burgundy.
No matter which color you go with, the long-lasting stretch denim is designed to hold its shape after many wears and washes. The thick waistband helps to keep these jeans comfortably in place so there's no need to worry about having to constantly pull up your pants.
People, especially moms, are really loving the slimming and shaping effect of these jeans. One reviewer even described them as "magical," and thousands agree with her!
"I have a two-year-old, an awesome mom pouch, and a healthy love of bread," another mom raved. "These jeans make me look even better than I did before I grew another human being."
"There is a meshy band (like heavy-duty pantyhose) across the belly that completely eradicates my "Mommy" tummy," explained another.
One happy shopper summed it up with a simple review: "Comfortable, flattering and look like real jeans!"
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This story was originally published on Oct. 16, 2019.