Denim talk: My first pair of Levi’s
Hi everyone! I’m so happy because I have some exciting things in line for you the next couple of weeks, but every cloud has a silver lining and so it is in this case. Some of you maybe you know it already: I (temporarily) remain completely alone in our little Belgian country. Julie has now begun her great adventure in Denmark, and she will return in January -which is a VERY long time to miss one of your best friends- while Vincent will spend several weeks in Brazil. Soooooo I guess I don’t have to explain it any further, I’m all alone for the time being! Fortunately, Julie will regularly inform us about the wonderful things she is now experiencing on her Erasmus.
How did the new school year start off for you all? I love the atmosphere that September brings. A lot of new things to look forward to. As you know, I graduated in June, but I decided to take a new course for the next 2 years so I can enjoy student life a little bit longer. I studied commercial communications, but since my heart actually lies somewhere else, I chose to study theatre and film. Wish me luck!
So there, now we’re up-to-date with each other, it’s time for the topic where this post is actually about. Last week I was invited to attend a Levi’s Curve ID fitting. Quite a challenge, since I’m not really a pants kinda girl! A pity really, because once you’ve found the perfect pants, they can be so comfortable.
I’ve renounced wearing cheap jeans from brands that know nothing about denim a long time ago. Unless you have THE ideal measurements, you won’t fit in them nicely anyway. Wearing a quality jeans is very important, at least in my opinion. I know that quality comes with a price and yes, I know it doesn’t fit in everyone’s budget, but a good quality jeans is not for just 1 season … it will last for years.
The people at Levi’s have done their research for years before they launched their -how should I call it- system. Well, I’m glad they did their research so profoundly! Apparently I’m a slight curve and I went for a skinny fit. Since I’m not a jeans kinda girl, I though that would be the best choice. I love skinny jeans paired with an oversized sweater for the winter. Maybe a little standard, but it’s a classic look that (almost) always looks good.
See you soon!