FINDING a good pair of jeans can be difficult.
Between finding the right fit and finding the best price, the search for denim can seem hopeless.
TikTok Lifestyle creator Mary Renée (@maryrenee_w) spent $1,000 at Good American to search for the perfect pair of jeans.
According to the Good American website, the brand is committed to challenging industry standards for a 100% inclusive collection.
The brand, launched by Emma Grede and Khloe Kardashian in 2016, has made a name for itself with its mission to promote body positivity.
Good American’s commitment to inclusivity begins with a diverse range of sizes, ranging from 00 to 24.
The five-foot-one TikToker, who normally wears a size 0, said she splurged on the brand because “these are the only jeans that fit her.”
Renée tried on the Good Waist Jacked Step Hem in the color “Blue 850”, $104.30. She described the first pair as “essential skinny jeans”.
This pair is designed with a waterproof waistband and a reinforced belt loop for maximum comfort.
“They’re super stretchy and comfy,” she added, modeling the hole in the knee. “Love his stretchy skinny jeans,” she added.
Renée also featured the Good Legs Crop Chewed Hem in “Blue837,” saying “these make my butt look good.” This best-selling pair retails for $139.
The TikToker then tried out the Good 90s in the “Blue812” hue, which retails for $155.
“These were very difficult to get over my butt,” she said.
“For the first time ever, they fit my stomach and my hips,” she added. “They don’t make my butt look so good.”
Next, Renée tried on the Good Icon jeans in the shade “Blue952”, which currently retails for $149.
“They flatten my butt like a pancake,” she noted.
The little digital designer was extremely disappointed with the mom jeans.
“I also sweat putting them on,” she added. “They’re not stretchy, they’re not comfortable, they’re not.”
Renee also purchased the Good Boy 32″ inseam in the shade “Indigo041”, $155.
“Unfortunately they are really cute from the front but I’m going to send them back,” she said, adding that she could get a cheaper dupe for $100 less at Zara.
She wasn’t a fan of the fit, adding that she would feel “embarrassed” to wear the jeans.
Finally, Renée presented the Good 90s in the “Black222” shade.
Although the pair is not currently available on the Good American site, it can be found online at Saks for $66.99 to $83.00.
“They’re not as tight at the waist as the other one,” she noted. However, she concluded that she was a fan of the baggy cut.
TikTok users were grateful for the honest haul and review. One commenter said: “You are the first person I have seen trying on jeans that are the same size and weight as me. Thanks for that.”
Renee chimed in, “Omg perfect!! It’s tough here for us shorties.”