I have spent most of my adult life looking for the perfect pair of jeans. I don't wear jeans often mostly because I spend my days in leggings and because I have never found jeans that fit me just right. For a while, I thought that American Eagle jeans were perfect for me because they fit right, were decently priced, and held up nicely.

That is until they started to fit me weird, stretch too much and be so uncomfortable. I realized I needed to find something better and maybe invest in better jeans. I wanted jeans that looked amazing on me, that felt good, and were high quality. My thighs are thick and I'm a bit curvy so I figured it was time to invest in something better than $60 jeans. 

I was hesitant to spend more money on jeans but I knew it was time. 

Enter Good American. 

I've been wanting to buy a pair of Good American jeans since the brand launched but never wanted to pull the trigger. The jeans were expensive and I wasn't sure if they would fit good, look good, or even be the quality I was expecting. They were on my wishlist but I was in no rush.

Then my mom bought a pair, she fell in love, and I knew I had to have them. I first ordered a pair of Good Legs, Skinny Jean, in Blue655. I tried them on and instantly was smitten. I've never felt like jeans like this before. 

The denim is buttery smooth, the stretch is perfect (not too much and not too little), and they look fantastic on! I felt beautiful in these jeans, they looked like they were made for my body and I was instantly obsessed. I knew I had found my jeans. I felt really comfortable in them too, which was important. There is nothing I hate more than being uncomfortable in an outfit, especially in jeans.

From there, I knew I needed more pairs. I had a few more items on my wishlist: jean shorts, white jeans, and a darker pair of jeans. Well wouldn't you know, I got them all! 

First up was the jean shorts. I wanted them to go to Mexico with me and oh boy, are they perfect. I wore them every single day, they were very comfortable and looked super cute. I bought the "Good Curve High Waist Denim Shorts" in Blue466. They're a medium wash, cuff up on the legs, and are not overly high-waisted. I haven't worn a pair of shorts that didn't feel like they were suffocating me. I felt good in these shorts, I felt confident which is all I want.

I got the white jeans next and I cannot recommend the last time I wore white jeans. They are the Good Legs Crop Skinny Jeans so they are a little shorter and have a raw hem which is fine, adds a little edge to any outfit. These are also very comfortable and make me feel really confident. I love that they are regular skinny jeans but with so much stretch it feels like a jegging, though you still get that jean support. 

Finally, I purchased a good old pair of dark wash denim to get me through the fall and winter. I haven't worn these yet but I did try them on and they are just as good as the rest. Are you sensing a pattern? I definitely feel most at home in dark denim because I feel like it 'hides' my legs but they fit like a glove and hug all the right places. The pair I bought were Good Legs High Waist Ankle Skinny Jeans in Blue265.

I'm interested to try more types of jeans from GA, like maybe a pair of Good Curve vs Good Legs just to get a better picture but if the Good Curve jeans fit anything like the shorts, I'm sure they'll be great.

What is most important to me in a pair of jeans is consistent sizing (which GA does have), comfort (which they are), stretch but still a firm fit and support, and most importantly: I feel confident and good in them! I hate hating how I look in every outfit I wear but honestly, these jeans have helped solve a lot of outfit issues. I need more, obviously, including a black pair and maybe a pair of regular pants

If you are someone who struggles with finding the right jeans for your body, I cannot recommend Good American enough. They have a ton of sizes, so many styles and colors... there is truly something for everyone in this brand. I cannot say enough good things about them! Go buy a pair, you won't regret it.

Have you tried Good American? 

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