My women’s boot cut curvy jeans from Old Navy are currently my favorite pair of jeans. I am always out on the hunt for a great fitting pair of inexpensive jeans. The Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans fit both of those qualifications. They are soft and somewhat stretchy. Which are two other qualifications for a great pair of jeans. The Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans also have a little bit of wear and tear, which is very fashionable right now. They fall just below your waist and don’t show even a hint of the dreaded plumber’s crack, coin slot, or what ever else you want to call it. You can find the Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans in sizes ranging from 0 to 20 online as well as at most of their stores. They come in short, average, and tall lengths.
Curvy jeans are popping up everywhere. Old Navy has hit the nail on the head of the inexpensive denim market. If you can’t afford the more pricey versions of the curvy jeans at stores like Gap and The Limited you should definitely check out Old Navy’s women’s boot cut curvy jeans.
My favorite feature about my Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans is that they come in a variety of leg lengths. Although I am not an abnormal height at 5’6″ tall, it is great to have options. If you love to wear flat shoes the short length Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans are the perfect length. No more taking them to the seamstress and having stitched up jeans. Even better is the average length. This is the perfect length if you want to wear a little heal.
If I could change one thing about the Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans it would be the bootleg cut. Although they do not look like they taper in at all, a little bit more flare would be nice. Personally I believe that anyone with a little curve always looks a little better with a little flare in the leg of her jeans. Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans are flattering, but they would be even more appealing with the addition of a style in flare leg. Fortunately they come in a nice dark wash of denim that is slimming and flattering as well.
A pair of Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans will cost you just under $30 before taxes. That is a great price in a world full of jeans that easily cost over $100. Call me old fashioned, but I am not sure when jeans became so expensive. There is nothing like a great pair of comfortable jeans that didn’t cost me an arm and a leg. At $30 I can afford a couple pairs of Old navy women’s boot cut curvy jeans in a variety of lengths.