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Let’s Talk About Jeans

Everyone knows jeans are staple of anyone’s wardrobe. Everyone has at least one pair, and most of
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the time you have more than needed. I know I have too many to count. In all shades from dark blue

to distressed wash and black. I have the skinny jeans of course, wide leg, boot cut, high waisted, and

the new trend jeggings.

My favorite new pair of jeggings (jean leggings) are from newestjeans. They are my new

favorite type of jean because they have a lot of stretch are different. If you haven’t picked up your

pair of jeggings, you still can. Lakeview has a few options, but one I have seen recently are from Gap.

They actually have some pretty nice jeggings. From dark to grey washes, you should find what you

want. If you want more of legging just a jean finish, I would go to American Apparel, they have great

jeggings that are light and stretchy.

I would like to give you my three steps to picking jeans I have learned over the years.

1. Different brands have different sizes. You maybe a size 27 in coogi jeans Brand, but maybe a 28 in True

Religion jeans. No jean fits the same. Some of stretch and others don’t, so don’t feel like you gained some

pounds if you don’t fit into the size you usually do. Like my one cardinal rule you don’t want to have

that front wedgie!

2. I believe you should invest in one really good pair of jeans, that are you go to jeans. They last

forever and never wear out. These jeans are usually are more of an investment. I believe you should

save up for that one pair of TR jeans that makes you feel amazing. I usually buy the cheaper jeans for

trends, like grey jeans or these ripped black jeans I got last year. Jeans never go out of style, but

some of the washes do, think of that 1989 wash that makes you wonder what people were thinking

when they bought them? (acid wash) I don’t care if it came back in style it is gross.

3. It is a fact some jeans styles and washes don’t work on everyone. Some people cannot wear white

jeans, they just can’t. Enough said.