I put in a couple of years scanning for the ideal match of vintage Levis: high-waisted, light wash, make-your-butt-look-impeccable. I purchased a few sets in this shopping mission, and tricked myself into imagining that they worked. However, they were either too huge and made me look dumpy, or very little around my hips and butt and consequently staggeringly awkward.
I at long last surrendered that it may be smarter to purchase an increasingly costly match of pants intended to resemble a couple of vintage Levis however with a progressively present day fit, than to continue squandering cash on vintage denim that didn’t exactly work.
At our market editorial manager Justine Carreon’s proposal, I attempted Citizens of Humanity, and ran with the Liya style in the Archive wash. The wash and fit resembled the sacred chalice Levis I was hunting down.
What’s more, when I attempted them on, rather than giving me a perpetual wedgie, they slid on nearly as easily as stockings. This is a significant accomplishment considering they have no stretch. They hit at the ideal spot on the lower leg which implies they look extraordinary with heels or tennis shoes or pads.
It’s a ton to pay for pants, yet I wear them consistently I can escape with it. They do extend after a couple of wears, and I incline toward them in their cozy out-of-the-dryer manifestation. At whatever point I wear them, somebody unavoidably asks me what mark they are, so now I’m telling everybody. Appreciate!