Good American 'Good Legs' Jeans Review

 Good American Good Legs Jeans

Ever since Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede launched their clothing line ‘GOOD AMERICAN’ I knew I needed it in my life. From jeans to bodysuits and activewear, the collection has something for everyone OF EVERY SIZE! Good American really broke the traditional mould when they released an all inclusive range in sizes 00 to 24 and I love that while you are searching online you can select your desired model to see what it would look like on a similar frame to yours, something more online retailers should be taking note of!

But while I knew I wanted a pair of jeans, the price tag and uncertainty of size made me hesitant to order online. So while I was in America it was the perfect opportunity to pop into Nordstrom, check out the range and try them on for size.

Just for context in Australia I am a size AU20 but while trying on Good American I found myself fitting into their size US18 perfectly. I tried on about 4-5 different styles of jeans and shorts but it was when I tried on the light wash Good Legs Crop Jeans that I knew we were a match made in heaven!

The fit was perfection! They have some stretch so they fit to my shape but not stretchy enough so that they are hanging off me or gaping at the waist within an hour of wear. The Crop style is a version of their best selling jean and is skinny leg, high rise, gap-proof waistband and reinforced belt looks. I really like the length of the crop because they look great with heels or boots and they aren’t too long.

GOOD AMERICAN is designed for a curvier, sexier and stronger shape.
 Good American Good Legs Jeans

I paired the Good American Good Legs Crop Jeans jeans with my H&M Teddy Coat, Target yellow tank top and Therapy Suede Boots which I bought from The Iconic.

Now that I have fallen in love with this pair I am definitely going to be buying more Good American Jeans.

Have you tried Good American jeans? Let me know how you found the sizing and styles below.

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*This post is not sponsored in any way and all opinions expressed are honest and my own.