These jeans…what can I say? Having curves has made finding jeans an epic battle. If they fit my waist they are too small for my butt, if they fit my butt they are too big on my waist. Jeans for me have never been a go to, or my friend. I’ve always been a dress girl because it tends to flatter my body. When I opened my 1st Stitchfix box and saw jeans, my first thought was “Oh man, not jeans. Why would they send me jeans?” Then I realized, that’s what this whole Stitchfix is supposed to be about for me, trying things that I don’t always pick up in the store. Trying new things, although it’s never easy to do that is what this whole adventure is supposed to be about.
I made sure to say in my style profile two very important things: 1. I have a big butt, 2. I like higher waisted pants that hug curves. BOY did Stitchfix deliver! The Kensie jeans you see above had a bit of spandex in them so they hugged curves and fit nicely on my favorite ASSet. I usually go for skinny jeans, baggy pants and I just don’t get along. Plus they are super versatile. You can dress them up with heels or boots or down with flats and uggs (or fuggs in my case…fake uggs=fuggs.) Skinny Jeans are the way to go in my opinion.
Like I said in earlier posts, I don’t splurge all the time, I’m a bargain shopper at heart, but I did go ahead and splurge on these jeans. I checked on Amazon, because who doesn’t love Amazon Prime, to make sure the price that Stitchfix was charging was not astronomically higher than elsewhere….These Kensie jeans were the EXACT same price on Amazon. DONE DEAL.
I love my selections from my first Stitchfix and cannot wait to get my next one in a week or two. Hopefully it has a ton of shirts and I can find some things that work for me.
I hope if you’re doing Stitchfix it’s going as well for you!
On to the next adventure until my next Stitchfix arrives…decorating the dining room wall! YIKES. I’ll post photos when the project is completed! Here’s to trying new things!