Sharing some fun pics from a girl’s day with my mom and sweet littles!! Where do you stand when it comes to buying nice jeans? Are they something you will splurge on or do you prefer to pay less? Personally jeans and bags are the things I will splurge on. I find there really is a difference in both quality and washes available between jeans you can buy at say, Old Navy, and a pair around the $100 price range. My personal favorites come from Madewell, Levi’s, and Agolde, Mother, and Abercrombie for their skinny jeans. I think part of it comes from being tall and having trouble finding denim in the right inseam for years. Thank goodness brands are more size inclusive now! Anyway, back to todays post. I wanted to do a little Agolde jeans review. Are they really worth it?
Agolde 90s Fit Mid Rise Loose Fit Jeans – $188
This 90s fit mid rise loose fit jean is the newest in my Agolde jeans collection and one I have wanted for a long time!! I held off buying it because I kept thinking I could find something comparable for less. Turns out I kept trying and couldn’t. The denim is think. The fit is somehow loose but still super flattering. I can’t explain it well, but the way it is cut looks really good! Most typically I wear a size 27, sometimes a size 26. I am actually wearing a size 25 in these. Size down one for sure! I think it depends on how you want the jeans to fit. They are not a mid rise in my opinion. Agolde jeans review on these: are they worth it? Yes.
Agolde Nico High Rise Jeans – $168-$178
This is my exact pair of Agolde Nico high rise jeans with the uneven, frayed hem. I bought them through a partnership with EVEREVE, and this was the style they offered at the time. I LOVE the wash and fit. They are insanely flattering. I really love that they offer the straighter leg but have stretch. I am wearing my usual size 27. Here’s my review: if I had the plain pair without the distressing at the hem, I think they would be one of, if not my most worn pairs of jeans replacing my Levi’s and my Madewell pair. I prefer a straight SLIM leg with STRETCH and these nail both. For some reason, I don’t like them hem that much.
Agolde Toni Mid Rise Straight Leg Jeans – $168
Last but not least in my Agolde jeans review are my Toni mid rise pair. I love the black wash of these – not too black, not too faded. Like the Nico, the denim has stretch but doesn’t stretch out which is something I love about Agolde. It has a normal frayed hem, which I also like. Unlike my other two pairs, these are a mid rise instead of a high rise. I personally prefer a high rise. Review: because of my preference for a high rise, I would say that these would not be worth it for me on the price.
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How is it I’ve yet to try this brand of jeans?? I have a couple pair of Kancan and Flying Monkey that have been my favorite recently!!
You look great in all styles, I do love a straight leg, so the first pair may be my favourite.
I need to check this brand out. Beautiful pics of your girls. Enjoy the rest of your week.
I love my Agolde jeans and multiple pairs of shorts! They fit so well and are so comfortable. These pairs all look fabulous on you, Amy Ann!
I hope you are having a great week so far!
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Such a gorgeous pair off jeans. I find them to be versatile and easy to transfer to each season 🙂 http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2021/04/effortless-workout-looks-im-obsessed.html?m=1
Love this! I did a review just like this two weeks ago on the Agolde jean shorts, so clearly now I need to get the regular jeans too! great for fall!
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You look great in every pair! My favorite may be the 1st pair with the straight leg. I would like to try this brand but have shied away due to price. Love the pics with your sweet girls!
Those jeans are really cute! I am actually in the market for a new pair!
I’ve yet to buy a pair of premium denim…I should just bite the bullet and do it. You and your girls are just precious!!!
I agree with you that price makes a huge difference in quality with jeans, but I’m willing to go up to $100 and that’s it. I also would never buy expensive distressed denim because the holes always open up right away and I end up cutting them into jean shorts. Thanks for the party.
These are really cute jeans and they fit you perfectly! I only discovered the difference between cheap and premium denim since I started blogging and there is definitely a marked difference. My favorite denim is from Torrid which retails from about $80-120 for a pair of jeans. But they are definitely worth the price tag!