My Curve ID
Yesterday, as I lay in bed sick and watching Endgame on Hulu, there was an advertisement for Levi's Curve ID. I'd never heard of it. Actually before I went to the Levi website to find my Curve ID I didn't even know that Levi Jeans came in my size.
Levi is one of those commercials that have models typically size 2 and my brain just shuts off for the duration of their 30 second commercial. But I guess, because I was already in a semi-conscious state of mind, yesterday's commercial actually sunk into my head. The question was though - would they have a Curve ID for me?
So I put it to the test:
|What kind of waist do you have?|
|Describe your "seat"...haha I loved this one.|
|How often do you have these fit issues?|
|Found my "Curve ID"|
|Not only that but a pair of jeans in my size that I love!|
|And they're designed for my "Modern Supreme Curves" haha|
There are two reasons why this whole thing makes me happy.
1) I'm always on the look out for a great pair of jeans and truth be told, most times "plus-size" jeans might as well come with an AARP membership because HELLO GRANDMA! I'm a young stylish woman who wants a pair of jeans that, let's be honest here, makes her ass look good. I have no time for jeans with elastic waist bands, pleating or that go up under my boobs.
2) Levis are a good pair of jeans. They last forever and I'm tired of only wearing jeans for a few months before they start splitting out or thinning in the thighs. Just because I'm plus-size doesn't mean I don't deserve to wear good quality clothing that lasts and looks good. Me and my Supreme Curves are looking for a good pair of jeans.