Button up: old; MRS shirt: old; Jeans: Warp+Weft (sold out but available in petite or similar); Sneakers: Bearpaw

I have been searching for the perfect pair of denim for as long as I can remember. As a teen I remember the flared jeans that tripped up my sneaker clad feet while the ultra low waistline crept down my backside. No matter what I did (tried belts and tunics were not yet in style), I could not keep my bum covered.

Finally, high waisted jeans arrived on the scene again and they’re not at all like our mother’s. After carrying four tiny humans in this belly, I need a little help in the tummy section (come on I know I can’t be the only one who can’t even suck it in if I try). But just because jeans now come in more flattering styles, does not mean the fit has gotten better. I still struggle to find jeans that slide over my well endowed hips and don’t gap at the waist- yes even high waist versions. It’s like jean manufacturers don’t understand the composition of a woman’s body: big hips, small waist (even at higher weights this has always been my composition- size 0-14, same fit complaints). After resigning myself to a life of legging or maybe jeggings, I have finally found the solution to my saggy bum mom jean woes.

Have you heard of Warp + Weft? I hadn’t. Until the online denim manufacturer (they weave their own fabric!) started popping up on Instagram and Facebook. I took one look at the models’ bums and thought, I have to have these jeans. W+W did not disappoint. They hug every curve just right and the best part? There isn’t three inches of extra fabric pooling at my ankle because they come in shorter lengths 29, 28, 27, and 26 inch cropped versions) without the weird petite dimensions that never fit the rest of me. I knew as soon as I tugged these jeans on (if your skinny jeans don’t need a good tug, get ready to show the world if you prefer briefs or thongs) that these were it. The jeans I’d been looking for all my life. The fit, the quality of the denim, the details (will ya look at that zipper?), I’m sold for life. My only dilemma now is how many pairs of jeans is too many??? Because I want them all (like this pair, and this one, and this one too).

Now that I’ve found you the perfect jean company, there’s only one question left: which pair are you going to order?

35 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh these inseams are LIFE! It is so hard to find a pair of jeans that fit perfectly and are not too long! And I love a high waist too! I hate having to constantly pull my jeans up around my waist. These are too cute! I love both of your shirts, and those sneakers are so cute too!

    1. Thank you girl! I loooove that they come in not too long lengths. I’m 5’4” so about average and even 30 inches is too long on me!!

  2. Those are super cute! They look really soft too. I have resigned to wearing jeggings and leggings because of bum and hip fits. These look like a great alternative!

    Thanks for joining #WanderingWednesday!

    1. They are so comfy and the quality of the fabric is amazing. I love the high rise too- so good for an hourglass figure.

    1. Definitely! No matter how small I get, I always have a mommy belly now (and this winter maybe a little bit of a cookie belly too haha).

  3. These are adorable, I’m fairly certain I need them all! I am so surprised I haven’t seen these pop up in my news feeds yet, I’m sure it’s only a matter of time. So cute!

  4. I love wearing skinny jeans. Anything else just doesn’t feel right. I totally know what you mean about tucking it all in. lol High waisted jeans are the best, but it has to be below the belly button. When I try on a pair of jeans, I first look at how much behind looks. It has to look good. lol I love the look and material of these jeans. I’m just not sure about being able to see the zipper.

    1. Thanks lovely ❤️❤️❤️ I love this shirt- I get asked if I’m a newlywed and say yep for 10 years haha.

  5. Those look really cute, and I love the higher waistline! I’ve never liked low-rise jeans, they tended to feel like they were about to fall off!

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