Levi's Dad Jeans: A quick review

August 7, 2019 Vancouver, BC, Canada

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90s outfit idea 2019 levis dad jeans blogger chanel jumbo bag aleesha harris

90s outfit idea 2019 levis dad jeans blogger chanel jumbo bag aleesha harris

90s outfit idea 2019 levis dad jeans blogger chanel jumbo bag aleesha harris

90s outfit idea 2019 levis dad jeans blogger chanel jumbo bag aleesha harris

90s outfit idea 2019 levis dad jeans blogger chanel jumbo bag aleesha harris

If you know me, then you know that I LOVE Levi's jeans.

While the 501 fit isn't super flattering for my figure (somewhat pear-shaped), I fell truly, madly, deeply (do) with the Wedgie fit. (Check out my fit tips here).

Then, when the brand introduced the Ribcage fit, I fell pretty hard for those, too. (Read my review here!)

So, with two favourites already in rotation, I was interested to try the new Dad Jeans that I'd started spotting here and there. A little early to the party on this one, I found them difficult to find in person — but ended up spotting them at a Levi's store in Montreal when I was there recently for work.

And, I'm happy to report that I love them.

The cut has a relaxed fit and a medium-high rise. They're similar to the Wedgie jeans for the rise but have more of the legroom of the Ribcage cut. In the 100-percent cotton light wash, I actually ended up sizing down from my usual 30 to a size 29. (And glad I did because they stretched out a bit!) 

After several wears, I've found these to be comfortable, stylish and the perfect amount of 90s retro. Now I just need to see if they come out with more washes. ;P

Will you be trying out the new Dad Jeans

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