Old Navy Sculpt Jeans Review
Review of Old Navy Mid-Rise Rockstar Built-In Sculpt Jeans
I like wearing jeans, especially if they are comfortable. Old Navy Mid-Rise Rockstar Built-In Sculpt Jeans are comfortable, plus they fit well. I also like that the price for them is reasonable.
Old Navy jeans come in:
- Super Skinny
- Rockstar – skinny, distressed, raw-hem, flare, and sculpt
- boyfriend – straight, cropped, ankle
- Curvy – skinny, straight, boot-cut
- Original – skinny, distressed, straight, bootcut
- Skinny – skinny, bootcut, straight
- Jeggings – regular, sculpt
- Cropped – straight, flare
They have high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise. I usually find the high-rise jeans in the plus section. Most of the jeans right now are mid-rise. (It’s been a while since I’ve seen low-rise).
One cool feature about the Rockstar jeans is that the back of the jeans are higher than the front of the jeans. This gives the jeans a more contoured waist with a little more room in the problem areas such as waist, hips and thighs.
They also have “Stay White” jeans for those of us that have a hard time keeping white jeans white. (I learned the hard way that not all their white jeans are “Stay White.”)
Going to Old Navy to buy jeans can be a little bit daunting because there are SO many different combinations.
Here’s just a sample:
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Ankle
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Built-In Sculpt, Raw-Hem
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Built-In Sculpt
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Distressed
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Destructed Skinny
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Frayed-Hem Ankle
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Jeggings
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Micro-Flare
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Pop-Color
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Pop-Color Ankle
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Raw-Edge Distressed
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Raw-Hem
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Skinny
- Mid-Rise Rockstar Skinny Ankle
I’m wearing the Rockstar Sculpt in the jolene wash. I love these jeans for the most part. My one and only gripe about them (and it’s a big one) is that when you walk, they can sometimes travel south, which means you end up having to hitch them up a lot more than usual (I may need to check the size). Overall though, I like how they fit enough to deal with the hitching issue because they are comfortable and whatever they do to make them sculpt works for me. I looked up the materials they are made out of and here’s what I found – 88% cotton, 9% polyester, 3% spandex .
At the Old Navy stores we shop (there are two that we frequent), there are massive jean displays – on the wall, no less than three tables and a couple of racks. I like to go shopping at Old Navy by myself during off-times (which means NOT after school or on Saturdays). I do this so I can take my time and look through the racks. Often, I have to try on several sizes as different cuts will fit different ways. The Dane is a patient man, but that only goes so far. Hours and hours at Old Navy is definitely not his thing.
Today, I pared my jeans with this London Bridge striped graphic tee-shirt that I bought at Cato (on sale). There was something about the colors that I liked and I thought the pink and red of the London Bridge made the whole thing sort of work. I’ve had this Lane Bryant jacket (similar here and here) that was just waiting for something fun to wear with it.
The next pair of Rockstars on my list —–> Mid-Rise Rockstar Distressed Jeans
Thanks for stopping by today. What are your thoughts on the Old Navy Sculpt jeans?