Many of you are thinking there is no way you would ever wear these. If there is one thing I have to get across on this blog is that there is only benefit from trying things on. If they look terrible, try another brand. If they still look terrible blame it on the jeans and move on. This is nothing personal. There are clothes out there for everyone and there is NOTHING wrong with you because some clothes don't fit.
I have also seen first hand someone try skinny jeans on for the first time and instead of seeing in the mirror how they looked they were focusing on how they felt. They thought they were too uncomfortable and were holding everything in. Isn't that what we all want from jeans? To be held in. After looking at herself in these pants for a period she ended up loving how she looked in them and thought they were super comfortable because of the stretch in them.
If you are a "jean snob," (like my sister calls herself) and need to have some sort of pattern on the back pocket, there are many affordable options for you. Nordstrom has a junior department called Brass Plum or B.P. They have many options that are not over 60 dollars that have fun designs on the back pocket. Click here.
Last but not least. These are very versatile. I love to wear them with flats like Audrey did, but you can also wear them with heals or boots. When it is snowing I wear my UGGs with them. When I am going out on a date I wear my heals. When I am being a mom on the go I wear my chic flats. When wearing heals with skinny pants it is sometimes fun to roll them up in a small messy roll at the bottom. Pay attention to detail. It makes such a difference.
I love this story. It shows how Audrey had impeccable style because you should NEVER wear white socks unless you are working out and it shows a strong act of good character. It is never easy to admit you were wrong, but she did it beautifully.