Looking for the perfect pair of denim shorts? After trying on several pairs this season, I’ve got two great options from Abercrombie to share! I’m super picky about shorts- they MUST be high rise, have stretch, and not be too fitted in the legs or squeeze at the waist. If they aren’t comfortable I’m not wearing them!!
My two favorites are from Abercrombie & Fitch and fit all of the above criteria! They’re available in several washes and a Curve Love option (with additional 2 inches through hip and thigh)! These flattering denim shorts are $60 full price but you can usually find then on sale (currently 20% off this weekend)!
What I love about Abercrombie Denim Shorts:
In this post I’m sharing four of my favorite 4 and 5 inch inseam pairs, including extra fit details! They also have a 2.5 inch option in several washes, if you’re looking for a shorter version that has all the same great features.
These shorts are flattering, comfortable, and are a great value!
The classic high rise cut and pocket placement in back are on point. They have the perfect amount of stretch yet keep their shape. The only difference I noticed between the Mom and Dad shorts is the length. I also love that they offer a variety of washes and distressed and non distressed denim. I’m tempted to try the black vegan leather version of these shorts since I loved the pants so much!
For reference- I’m 5’2” and wearing my usual 0/25 in all pairs. I think they run tts, this is the same size I take in A&F jeans and pants. They stretch out a tiny bit but they don’t “stretch out” the way 100% cotton shorts do. I tried on the Curve Love version of these shorts in my size but the proportion was not right for me, regular fit my body better. Also see my try on video …
High Rise 4 inch Mom Shorts –
Outfit Details: 4 inch Mom Shorts
High Rise 5 inch Dad Shorts –
Outfit Details: 5 inch Dad Shorts
Have you tried Abercrombie Denim yet?
I’m a big fan of their straight leg jeans too! See my straight leg jean review here.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Shopping!
Photography: Victoria Saperstein