With a full bum, wide hips and a small waist, I have an impossible time finding jeans that fit. While my friends have known about the latest designers and denim 'bars', I feel restricted to whatever I can find at the mall with the most stretch content. Recently, I'm more of a dresses-and-heels girl and the popularity of jeggings has been a godsend for my off-work days. However, jeggings aren't appropriate in every casual situation so I've started to look around for denim companies that might fit both my hips and waist simultaneously. Lo and behold, I stumbled across PZI Jeans!
When I first put my pair of PZI jeans on, I experienced this total light bulb moment. Like, "Oh, these are how jeans fit everyone else!". I've become so accustomed to sacrificing in terms of fit, I'd forgotten what it felt like for jeans to work everywhere at once. I've been wearing these giant belts because all of my jeans are much too large for me in the waist. It looks a little funky to have a big buckle sticking out, but if I went without, my jeans sagged through my midsection awkwardly. With my PZI pair, the jeans fit everywhere perfectly and there was zero gaping. I also did the "mirror test" and squatted down, to test the whole "plumber's crack" situation. This will be my first pair of jeans where I don't have to adjust my top, or put my hand on my back, to cover any indecent exposure!
Beyond the EPICALLY AMAZING fit of PZI Jeans, the denim feels high quality and thick. My boyfriend, the jean specialist of the couple, told me he was impressed with the contrast gold stitching and the logo continuation between the left and right back pockets. After doing a bit of online research, I discovered that curvy or hourglass ladies look great in jeans that feature a "low yoke" or seam structure that sits lower through the bum. When I first put my pair on, I wondered what sort of butt magic was going on. The low yoke must be the key! On the shade, I was really impressed. I hate heavy distressing, light washes, and any murky colors. The shade I received, the dark wash, was gorgeous however and will match up well with many of the colors I wear in the autumn.
If your denim quests have been going as poorly as mine, I'd definitely recommend looking into PZI Jeans. They might be marginally pricier than what you'd find at your local mall, but the superior fit is worth every penny. While this pair was gifted to me by PZI Jeans, they're currently having a Fall sale on this same style (Only $55.20!). I've fallen in love so I'm planning on ordering these wide leg red ones and a skinny pair in the near future.