The Jeans That Saved Me From a Lifetime of Belly Band WearingLauren Hartmann
Remember that belly band contraption that you wear to hold up your pants when they won’t button during pregnancy? Well, seven months later and I’m still wearing mine. Sad day.
This is not to say that I’ve been too proud to go up a size (or a few) when it comes to pants shopping, but I simply have not been able to find pants that fit my post baby body challenges. I’ve purchased a few pairs of pants since having my baby, but they’ve all just been wrong and I’ve ended up resorting to old jeans and my BFF the belly band.
My denim dilemma is this: it’s been a huge struggle to find pants that fit in the legs, but aren’t too tight in the stomach creating the dreaded muffin top. If I go up a size so that the waist fits properly, then the legs are baggy and look sloppy.
But, luckily Levi’s has solved my denim woes!
Enter the Levi’s Curve ID collection. I was skeptical that any jeans would be able to fit my new body, but decided to give them a try. I took the Curve ID quiz and it said that I was a “Slight Curve,” but unfortunately I couldn’t find any Slight Curve styles at my local Macy’s when I went jean shopping (no way I was buying jeans online sight unseen!) so I tried on the Demi Curve style and they fit like magic – these are the pair I settled on in case you’re curious.
The jeans have a bit of stretch, but aren’t legging style jeans, which in my opinion makes them just right. The fit is absolutely perfect. I seriously have never had a better fitting pair of jeans in my life and that’s saying something, because jeans are the tried and true staple of my wardrobe and I’ve owned quite a few pairs. These jeans were the winner of the jeans lottery and now I can wear pants that make me look like I have a 7-month-old baby instead of looking like I’m 7-months pregnant with a belly band on and that makes me a very happy camper.
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