1/29/19 Update: Okay so I’m going to throw some things out there… I have received a ton of messages and comments about people having really horrible experiences with this company, their return policy, and their customer service. I would just like to say I WAS NOT PAID TO OR ASKED TO WRITE THIS POST BY REVICE DENIM. The only reason that I wrote this was because I personally had a good experience with them. I have absolutely nothing to do with this company. They haven’t even acknowledged this post (not that I wanted them to but just for the record). I am so, so sorry if you had a poor experience ordering from this company, and I’m even more sorry if this review is what led you to do so. If you are reading this post now in hopes of finding more out about the company, read the comments below to get a better understanding of the pitfalls of this brand. Although I personally had a good experience, most of the people have not! From what I understand, they have a poor return policy and an almost non-existent customer service team.
Hey y’all! So, I’m sure that all of you have seen Revice Denim on Instagram. They have become super popular lately, and I think Kendal Jenner has a pair of the ones that I bought (but don’t quote me on that). I ended up purchasing these when Revice was having a 30% off sale site wide, but I was a little nervous about buying denim from a company I found through Instagram. These jeans were still about $65, and I really didn’t want to waste my money. The problem was that I couldn’t find any type of review on this brand, so I didn’t know what to expect. All I knew was that I had been eyeing these pants on Instagram for a long time, and I really wanted them to work!
First of all, these jeans are genuinely good quality. I was a little shocked, to be honest. They don’t have a lot of stretch which is definitely something to keep in mind, but I, personally, don’t mind that. Also, These jeans also were not originally frayed on the bottom. I like my jeans frayed on the bottom, so I did that myself! I also DIYed a pair of old Levi’s into shorts recently, so let me know if you all would like to see how I destress jeans/jean shorts! Lastly, definitely make sure to size up! They run really small. I am normally about a 26, and I ordered a 28 which ended up being perfect!
Hope you guys like this post & found it helpful!