When you get two veterans of some of the best high end denim brands to come together, the result is a brainchild such as this—MOTHER Denim.  So it’s no surprise that MOTHER Denim’s cut, fit, comfort and colors are all so fabulous.  You will definitely be seeing more of this brand on our site.  Today we decided to use a guest reviewer to try out this pair—the MOTHER Teaser Jeans.  This is what she had to say about this particular pair:

“Let me start by saying that I love everything about this pair of jeans!  The color, the fit, the length, the sizing, and the pockets are all perfect.  I love it all!

The color is a beautiful light blue.  I like the shade of blue, and I like that there isn’t much fading throughout the jeans.  These jeans are so comfortable!!  The denim is very soft.  And the fit is amazing.  I find myself having to often pull on my jeans because the waistline is a bit big. But these fit perfectly throughout the leg and the waistline.  These jeans have a lot of stretch, so I would say you might be able to size down a little.  If you’re in between sizes, I would say to go down in size.  However, they are very fitted along the thighs and calves.

These jeans don’t feel very constricting and stiff.  I like that there’s enough stretch where I feel like I can move around freely in them.  Being on the curvy side, I can really appreciate a pair of jeans that hug my curves.  These jeans are very flattering for curvy women.  I’ve been looking for jeans that fit my waistline and my curves without gaping in the back, and I’ve definitely found that perfect combination in these jeans.  I feel like it’s hard to find jeans that perfectly fit my body type sometimes, particularly Latina body types which is how I would describe my body type.

I’d also like to add that I am extremely picky about rear pockets.  But these jeans have great rear pockets!!  The pocket placement, as well as the shape of the pockets, are really flattering.  I’m so thrilled to have found a brand that is so flattering for my body.”

-Emiliana, Southern California, USA

 

Inseam:  29 ½”
Material:  98% cotton, 2% elastane
Rise: 8” Measurement of Leg Opening:  11″

(Measurements may vary with different sizes)
Washing instructions:  Machine wash cold with like colors, Do not bleach, Tumble dry low, Iron medium if necessary, or Just dry clean

Buy MOTHER The Teaser in Honky-Tonk Cinderella at Revolve Clothing.
Or try these MOTHER The Teaser Jeans in the Queen of Dixie Drive-In wash at ShopBop.

 

Comments
10 Responses to “Guest Review: MOTHER Teaser Skinny Jeans in Honkey-Tonk Cinderella”
  1. Rachel says:

    Hi,

    I absolutely love the jeans and heels. Can I ask more about them and where you got them from?

    Thank you!

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