The event was for women, but Scott was so great and came along to take photos for me. I swear, I'm the luckiest lady alive (he's always doing such nice things for me).
When we got there I got signed in via Ipad (so neat). After I was done I was taken up on the stage to get fitted. Levi's has created this whole process of measuring your body for the perfect pair of jeans (for your body!). In the past I've been measured at my favorite Levi's store and have tried on the jeans I was suggest (Demi Curve). The jeans fit really great, but I wasn't crazy about them because I'm a Levi's leggings girl for life.
This time around I was also suggested the Demi Curve, as well as the Bold Curve. At the event they had a boot cut Demi Curve, and a skinny leg Bold Curve for me to try on. I'm truly not a boot cut girl, so I went with the Bold Curve skinnies. The overall fit was pretty great, but I would prefer a higher rise and shorter length (which I hear they have at the stores).
After I was done trying on my jeans I voted for which scholarship fund I would want the money that Levi's will either be donating to ASU or UofA to go (depending on who had the most people turn out for the event), and hit up the nail polish and candy bar for a sweet treat to-go.
The event overall was really great. I also could have had my hair and makeup done, but I had to run to get to a meeting! I'm really grateful that Levi's invited me and that I was able to attend. If you've never been fitted for a pair of Curve IDs, I highly suggest you do so! If you're local, you can get it done at the Levi's store at Tempe Marketplace.
Today I have to go into school early and meet with my advisor/the director of my program to pick out classes for next semester. I also have quite a bit of reading to do, and will hopefully get to my emails!
What are you up to today? Have you been measured for your Curve ID?