Levi's High Loose Jeans: A quick review

January 7, 2021 Vancouver, BC, Canada

Levi's High Loose Jeans: A quick review

Levi's High Loose Jeans: A quick review

Levi's High Loose Jeans: A quick review

Levi's High Loose Jeans: A quick review

What they are: A new(ish) fit from Levi's that are billed as being "a modern interpretation of a classic '90s style." 

The jeans feature a 13.125-inch front rise (hello, high), with a wide leg opening that's advertised at 20 inches. The design is meant to be worn stacked at the hem. 

Fit bonus: If you love the Ribcage style, you're probably going to love these.

Fit bummer: At 5'8", I didn't find these jeans were stacked on me. Instead, they kind of had a weird length, not quite short but not quite long.

Overall: I've said it before and I'll say it again ... I'm a Levi's fanatic. Every new style that comes out I typically try (save for the skinny jeans). 

If you haven't already, be sure to check out my reviews of the Wedgie, Ribcage, Dad and Balloon Jeans. 

Not the biggest fan of wide-leg jeans (I prefer straight), I wasn't dying to try these ... but I knew I eventually would. And, ultimately, I'm glad that I did. 

These jeans are cute and mostly comfortable, albeit a bit difficult to style. I'm thinking that this flower-bedecked style from the Farm Rio x Levi's collab will be cute in the summer with a tank top and flat sandals. 

Truthfully, I found deciding on footwear a bit tricky. As for sizing, I found they fit pretty true to size. I took my usual 30 for a fitted ... well, fit. Much like the Ribcage, these fit super high, which can change the way they feel. I find I don't reach for these super high-rise jeans for everyday as I don't find them quite as comfortable as the Wedgie Straight (my true ride or die) and the Dad (please Levi's, bring these back). 

I see the brand has released a High Loose Tapered style, which I'm eager to try. 

Would recommend? Maybe. 

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