Denim & Jeans, Eco & Organic, FashionEco Levi

Levi’s is the quintessential denim brand. It’s been a long while since I’ve picked up a pair, but I’ve been hearing good things about the latest from the line, so I went to the Third Street Promenade store in Santa Monica to try on a few pairs.  I walked away with a pair of jeans, shopping bag and a lighter wallet.

The Low Skinny 531 jean from Levi’s eco line is the pair I bought. Sitting low on the hips and cut slim, this skinny jean is meant to flatter. It comes with three varied inseams (short, medium and long); so no matter your height, you can find a pair that truly fits and avoid a trip to your tailor, solely for alterations. These soft recycled cotton jeans come in numerous washes and colors (I own them in black), and I actually love the weight and texture of them as well. And because they’re only $69.50, you can splurge that pair of you’re coveting!

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  1. roo  |  10 December 2008 at 4:01 AM

    You say these Levi’s are Eco, but what is it about them that makes them eco?

  2. ninabee  |  10 December 2008 at 7:02 AM

    As it says on, their eco jeans are recycled denim jeans, made from 100% organic and recycled cotton.

  3. C Backus  |  22 December 2008 at 12:51 PM

    What are the dimensions of the ones you bought?

    The website isn’t very insightful as to just how skinny or how slim they run?

    What’s the corresponding thigh measurement?
    What’s the corresponding ankle measurement?

  4. thedailyobsession  |  22 December 2008 at 1:02 PM

    Hi C – they actually correspond to the length of the jean (long, regular or short) – so unfortunately, it would depend on what length you would need. I recommend stopping by the store or calling customer service.

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