We all know that no closet is complete without a great pair of jeans. But it can be tough to find a pair that fits just right.
Vintage designs are super cute, but can be stiff and rigid. Newer styles that have stretch, meanwhile, can end up losing their shape after a wash or two. With all of the options on the market, it can be challenging to zero in on a winner, but there's one style that currently has our attention. And guess what? It's less than 30 bucks.
It's the Lee Shape Illusion jean ($27; walmart.com). As the name suggests, the denim pants mold to the body and are made with strategically placed seaming. The $30 style is also made with what the brand calls a virtual corset that contours the waist.
Jeans are typically designed on fit models that are around a size 4 or 6, but the Lee Shape Illusion pants were created on a size 14 figure (the average size of American women, by the way) to get the measurements just right.