Proclaimed a "miracle jean" on the Rachel Ray Show, our Demi Curve jeans are specially designed for an hourglass-shaped body. They fit in all the right places—no more pinching, pulling, or bent-over backside reveals. You get an overall smoother silhouette and jeans that look like they were made for you. Don't know your Curve ID? <a href="http://us.levi.com/quiz/index.jsp"target="_blank"> Take the quiz here.
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Customer reviews for Modern Rise Demi Curve Bootcut Skinny Jeans - Extra Shade
Review 1 for Modern Rise Demi Curve Bootcut Skinny Jeans - Extra Shade
Mediocre Fabric Quailty
PostedAugust 13, 2013
from:Raleigh, NC, USA
Age: 40 - 44
Runs Very Small
Runs Very Big
Runs true to size
I bought two pairs of demi curve skinny boot-cut jeans a few years ago and LOVED the fit and the fabric. It's time for some new ones, so I bought two pairs of the same jeans here. I have to admit, I'm a bit disappointed with the fabric. The old jeans are good sturdy denim with a hint of elasticity; the new ones are more like denim-flavored stretch pants. The fabric is noticeably thinner and doesn't seem as durable as what I would I expect from Levi's. Unfortunately, good medium-weight denim is not the default fabric for all of the Demi Curve styles.
That said, the fit is just as good (the Demi Curve jeans are the only jeans that really look good on me!), and I do like the Extra Shade and Volcanic Black finishes. I would recommend these to people who are comfortable with a thinner, stretchy fabric but not necessarily to those looking more for traditional, sturdy jeans with a good fit.
I recommend this product!
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Posted January 26, 2014
Were they true to size?
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Posted November 21, 2013
I agree about the quality of the fabric of the Curve ID jeans going down hill in the past year or two. My old Supreme Curve Skinny Bootcuts from 2010 have faded but they were made from a heavier cotton content stratch denim so they still hold their great shape. On the other hand, the Unique Blue fabric, in less than a year, puckered oddly as if the elastine had been affected by putting them in a dryer. Like Laurn I will continue to buy Curve ID Supreme Curve jeans 'cuz they fit but I won't expect them to last as long nor look as good as jeans from 2 years back.