Denim Review: Dylan George Cara in Orleans

This review will be on the Dylan George Cara skinny jeans in Orleans. You readers probably know by now that I am a huge fan of Dylan George since I got my first pair, the Lucy in Czar. I got these Cara skinnies on Gilt Groupe not long ago when they had a sale. They were a great price, too good to pass up! I wanted others but unfortunately they sold out too quickly.

I love the way these jeans fit, they are very good and flattering on the butt and they are slim all the way down the legs. I love that about Dylan George jeans. I wasn’t sure on this much distressing at first but I really like it now, it’s different, not many jeans come with this much distressing. Since they have a denim patch under the ripping they wont rip further and you can’t see any of your skin through it. I think that’s a really good idea because too much distressing all the way down the leg and being able to see skin through it kind of looks slightly trashy and it can cause the jeans to rip lots because they don’t have much strength to them. That’s just my personal opinion though.

The Orleans wash is also very pretty, it’s a dark deep blue and it has subtle whiskering on the lap area and a beautiful depth to it, it’s gorgeous! They also run a little smaller than the Lucy in Czar does, I took a size up in these ones and they fit perfect. As with all Dylan George jeans they have the Dylan George pocket lining which I think is really cute. These ones also have the signature pocket design which lets you know they are Dylan George jeans.

Overall Opinion
If you are looking for a heavily distressed, good fitting skinny jean then this is it. They are so flattering and so comfortable, the wash just adds that extra something to them. I love them! I would happily recommend these jeans to any distressed jeans fan! Buy these jeans at Revolve.

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