The next Denim Diary entry is our first-ever bootcut jean style, which I’m excited to chat about. I’ll be honest, bootcut jeans aren’t usually my favorite, because I have a hard time pairing the leg opening with taller boots and wedges, which is what I wear a lot of. That being said, I’m a changed woman after today, and I have a feeling you’re going to like these just as much as I did! Without further ado, let’s start talking about the LeDoux Bootcut jean, a Savannah Seven’s exclusive from Ariat!
Style Name: Ledoux Bootcut
Brand: Savannah Seven’s exclusive, from Ariat
Type: Distressed Bootcut
Rise: Mid Rise
Fit: Fitted Thigh, Relaxed Leg
It’s been a long time since I’ve had a pair of cute bootcut jeans, and this pair of LeDoux Bootcut jeans take the cake. These jeans have a fitted thigh and semi-relaxed leg, with a trouser-style boot cut opening. These are what I would consider being a mid-rise, but are slightly higher in the back, which keeps them from gapping or showing your booty. I absolutely love the dark wash, whiskering detail, and slight distressing on each knee. These have a trouser like, let down hem that adds to the distressed vibe. The back pockets have a slight stitch and are really flattering.
I’m a size 6, and I have a 28 in these, so I would recommend buying your true size. I bought the 35” inseam, which is a little bit longer than my traditional 34” “long” inseam and perfect for boots with a taller heel or wedge. The material on these is a blend of 93% cotton, 5% polyester, 2% spandex.
These come in waist sizes from 25-34, and inseam sizes of 33”, 35”, and 37”.
While these are made by Ariat, they’re an exclusive design for Savannah Seven’s, so that’s the only place you’ll be able to find these LeDoux Bootcut jeans. Snag yours now, sister!
If you end up loving these LeDoux Bootcut jeans as much as I do, don’t forget to post a photo of them on Instagram and use the hashtag #jjarvdenimdiary. And in case you missed the last Denim Diary, you can check that out, here!
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