Last week I had the pleasure of attending Fashion to Figure's Denim Event at their corporate office. The event was to showcase their newly re-launched denim line. As with any great event there were cupcakes, champagne, goodies, and more importantly lots of denim. They had samples of their four new fits for us try on so that we can give our opinions on the fit.
I first tried on The Jegging. These are the most comfortable jeggings I have ever tried on. They are super soft and stretchy. These come in sizes 0-3. I went with a 2 since I am size 16 (size 18 could fit the 2 as well). I had room throughout the thighs and hips and they come up high enough that I could wear these with a crop top and not worry about them falling down. Next, I tried on The Boyfriend. On me they are not as loose as I would like (like in the picture...lol), but the fit and rise are pretty good. The light distressing makes them great for work and play. I tried on a 16 and 18. The 18 was too big in the waist for me. The 16 was a better fit for me, but it this makes them more of a skinny boyfriend versus other styles that are looser. The Skinny is a definite must try. The rise comes up a lot higher than a lot of denim I have tried on in the past. I went with a 16 in these as well. A major call-out was that they wanted to ensure consistency in their sizing. There has been plenty of times I have tried on jeans from the same company, and ended up having to buy different sizes due to the different fits. This was not the case here. In all of the jeans the 16 worked the best. I did try on The Bootcut, and the rise was higher similar to that of The Skinny. The bootcut was a little long on me, I would wear them heels. My fellow blogger boos were so nice to take some pics of me in the denim. I totally forgot to take a picture of myself in the Bootcut. SORRY!!
Fashion to Figure also had some samples of all the different styles and washes that will drop this Fall. I am in love with the leather panel and the moto's. Fashion to Figure has really taken the time to work on a classic and it shows. The new denim fits are currently on their site right now and in stores so give them a try and let me know what you think.