The Agony and the Irony of Shopping at Old Navy | Alaina Mabaso's Blog
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However, we never seem to find that perfect combination of comfort and also attraction.
So look no further! We have the jeans that will lift your behind, tuck your tummy, and comfort your all at the same time! We have four different types of jeans to help you find your perfect fit: Sweetheart, Flirt, Diva, and RockStar.
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Sweetheart smaller waist, fuller thigh The Sweetheart is one of my favorites! It tucks my stomach, but also helps shape my thighs and my bottom. Every woman knows that when you go to sit down it is very crucial that your can lift the waistband over your stomach.
If you are the type that does that, like myself, than this is the jean for you! It comes in skinny! These skinny jeans fit just like the regular Sweethearts; they are just tighter around the legs!
These jeans help show off your curves in class! Flirt straighter waist, fuller thigh This flirty pair of jeans is great for athletes! It can slim the muscular thighs and show off your great waist and its shapes the bottom!
The Flirts waist line is a medium waist line, they are not as high as the Sweethearts. These jeans give you a chance to show off your body without showing skin. These jeans also come in skinny!
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However, the pockets were still too wide-set and oversized, once again offering the appearance of a supersized caboose. Notice the immediate shrinking sensation when compared to a pair of Hudson Bootcut: Oddly enough, the Curvy Fit seemed to take away all of my curves and conglomerate them into a giant pile of lumpishness.
If you have curves and need room for them to move and breathe, Miss Chic or LA Idol are awesome options with quite a bit more visual interest and flattering fit: My next fitting was in Gap Long and Lean.
This pair was the only pair that qualified beyond Gateway and straight into Mom Jeans — at least on me, as the pockets ended significantly before the lower curvature of my butt: So, in fairness, I present to you evidence that Gap jeans can look right on the exact right body: Let me assure you, though — I have counseled many former Gap wearers, and the friend pictured above is the exception, not the rule.
The last Gap style that I found was highly ironically named…the Sexy Boyfriend.
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I SO wish I could have found these in my size to try on. Have you ever seen any man under 70 wearing jeans like this, let alone a sexy boyfriend??
I shudder to think. But I did find one last treasure before I left Gap… 8. The Gap Denim Romper.
- An Inconvenient Gap of Truth.
Just in case you missed it, the back waist actually qualifies this outfit as… Grandma Jeans. I apologize to your retinas.
The Diva Jeans
I rushed out of Gap and headed to Old Navy. Which was somewhat akin to jumping out of the frying pan and into the nuclear incinerator. I tried on every style that they had in both bootcut and skinny, but neither leg choice was better than the other.
So, to summarize, here are all three of their major styles in bootcut. The Diva was the least offensive, but still lacked style or a flattering cut. And the Sweetheart was unapologetically a hardcore Mom Jean. Just in case you needed a healthy comparison, I offer them against 7 For All Mankind: Lest you think that I have somehow doctored my photos which I have not or that this information is only applicable to my body type, here are a few examples of others who have been freed from the noose of Gateway Mom Jeans: Subject A, a close friend who had no idea how flattering and comfortable great jeans could be: Subject B, a blog reader and mom of four kids: And Subject C, a new Mom and blog reader from the other side of the country who got a long-distance makeover via the following before-and-after butt-texts: After Subject C bought her jeans, she sent me a couple more full-length before and after photos with an adorable baby leg included as a bonus: Even if you look great in Gap jeans — even if they fit you perfectly, the pockets are proportionately correct, and the style was made for your body type, here is my biggest argument against Gap and Old Navy Jeans: Looking for the rest of my denim posts?