My New Favorite Jeans

I need to tell you about these jeans I cannot stop wearing. 

Jane High-Rise Skinny

Back in 2016, Mott and Bow sent me a pair of jeans. I wasn't really sure who they were or what their jeans were like, but I gave it a shot and ended up really loving the pair they sent in. I loved them so much that I was wearing them on the daily, and they became my favorite jeans.

The first pair were the Jane high rise in dark blue with an inseam of 30. They're great I ordered a 29 which is what I take in jeans, and it's perfect. So with the second pair, I decided to switch it up and try out the Jane high rise in medium blue with an inseam of 28 (which is what I'm wearing above) in size 28. Decided to size down because they do give a little over time and in my waist, especially, I've lost some weight. The 28s fit like a dream.

I think I got this new pair in mid to late January, and above are all the times I've been pictured wearing them. Now think about how many times I was wearing them and didn't snap a photo. I'm obsessed. I think they are the perfect pair of jeans -- the wash, the rise, the length -- everything. 

I'm obviously biased when it comes to jeans and their price, but these jeans above are priced at $108. Which (coming from AG prices) I think is a pretty good deal. I believe that because I think they are just as good if not better than AG jeans. They won't stretch out/get baggy, they have a great shape and hold in your shape, are very stretchy and comfortable, and are just super flattering!

They have 4 tried and true options of jeans, so it's not super overwhelming in terms of what is great for you. I've only ever tried the Jane skinny but can promise it's legit! And they have a free home try-on program where you can test out your sizes without worry. They are TTS, but if you are in-between sizes, I would size down!

Now in full transparency, like I mentioned above, they sent me these jeans. But just like in 2016, they wanted to send them to me free of obligation. They have no idea I'm writing this post, but I just needed to share it with you all. I cannot stop wearing these jeans. 

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