Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Find Your Perfect Fit With Lee Jeans

When I think about versatility of style and comfort in fashion the first thing I think of are jeans. There are few types of clothes that can be as dressy or as casual as you like. However when it comes to style and jeans the only limit is your imagination. The first name in jeans and my go to brand is of course Lee. They have been making my favorite jeans for as long as I have been wearing jeans.

3 Pairs, Endless Possibilities! 
I am a pretty hard fit when it comes to any pants because my waist tends fit very tight while I am drowning in leg room. Lee understands that many of us want to live in our jeans so they make cuts and styles that allow even the most awkward shapes, like me, to find the perfect pair that will flaunt their better features and flatter the features you might not be so happy with.

In fact, if you head to the Lee site they have tips and tools that help you narrow down which styles will be best for you. I was able to try three styles that happened to be all win for me:

The first style is marked as the new classic fit. These are in the horizon shade and the darkest of the three, which makes them super easy to dress up as well. They rest just below the waist and are a straight leg cut. The seams and pockets on these were stitched in a way that they blend with the jeans to give you a sleek sliming look. Even the button is dark and not distracting from the great lines created here. There is a just enough of a stretch to them to make them comfortable and flattering. I really loved the fit and feel of these jeans.

I also tried a pair of the Slender Secret which are a lower on the waist midrise fit. These were a boot cut and had a great amount of stretch to them. These are designed to hold their shape all day and not give out leaving your belly pouching out by midday. These were in vintage blue which is a fun shade that has some fading to it. They had neat rhinestones on the back pockets, which were also playfully stitched to catch attention. The seams were stitched in white and the button was really fun being bigger than most and also having a stone in the center. There were a lot of small details that made these my fast favorite.

The last pair I tried was the Perfect Fit Shapetastic, also in a midrise just below the waist, and in a medium blue shade called Nile. These are designed to lift and shape, which sounded really good to me because I can use a little lift and honestly a little shaping too. The seam stitching is the classic tan/orange-ish contrasting shade you grew up with. It also has an antiqued brass looking button and the back pockets has some fun designs stitched in. These reminded me most of classic jeans and were easy to dress up or down.

I have included  several looks to help show just how versatile and easy it is to be as dressed up or casual as you like in jeans. A great pair of jeans can be a girl’s best friend when she is trying to stretch her fashion budget and Lee makes the best fitting jeans in a wide range of cuts, styles, and shades. 

Have you browsed Lee lately? Take a look I think you will like what you see. You can also connect with Lee on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclosure: I may receive products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

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