Dear Topshop, I’m not sure why anyone would willingly purchase a pair of mom jeans, but I think everyone knows that an authentic pair can be procured at any Kohl’s or Kmart for much, much less than the $65 price you’ve slapped on these acid-washed, tapered, high-waisted monstrosities. Seriously. Make it stop. [Bleach Acid Mom Jeans, $65, Topshop]
Like an amazing piece of statement jewelry, a pair of printed jeans takes a basic look and turns it into something special. White tee? Grey sweatshirt? Sneakers? Add colorful printed denim and you’ve got a serious Outfit (yes, with a capital O) on your hands. It’s nigh summer, which makes it the perfect time to recruit one of these 10 show-stopping pairs into your springtime wardrobe…
Polka dot jeans have been popping up on all my favorite fashion blogs and stylish ladies I see on the street, and it’s causing me to have some pretty major polka dot jeans envy. I have a big move coming up, so I’m trying not to buy too many new clothes. What’s a trend-obsessed girl to do? Add polka dots to a pair of jeans I already own, obviously! I’m going to try this super easy DIY on a pair of denim cutoffs this weekend and think spring-y thoughts. Care to join me? [A Merry Mishap]
I love trying out new fashion trends but, let’s be honest. I have no idea what to think of this one. Wrangler is launching a new pair of jeans that “moisturize” your butt. The Denim Spa jeans come in three different moisturizing levels- Aloe Vera, Olive Extract, and Smooth Legs, and they claim to help prevent cellulite. The moisturizers supposedly contain “the hydrating properties of natural oils and butters” with such exotic ingredients as monoi de Tahiti? Never heard of that one until now…
This raises so many questions in my mind, and I feel have no answer for them right now. My first question is, how exactly does this “contraption” work? Does the cloth like continuously spray the aloe vera? Also, wouldn’t it feel kinda weird/ be difficult to get your jeans on over your underwear? Read more…
Jeans are the keystone around which the rest of my wardrobe revolves. Sure, they’re not exactly trendy or adventurous, but they are definitely cool, comfortable, and the easiest thing to throw on in any given morning. The perfect pair can make you look like a supercharged version of yourself — taller, thinner, more stylish, even smarter! We may have left our printed jeans back in summer storage, but that doesn’t mean we’ve resigned ourselves to the faded old stalwarts: coated, or waxed, denim not only provides a sleek substitute to the black and blue variety, but the thicker, more substantial fabric makes it perfect for the cooler seasons upon us. We took the guesswork out of what to wear with your new favorite pair of jeans by putting together three different looks, after the jump … Keep reading »
“They have these jeans you don’t have to wash now — or so they say. It’s true! … I went to this store APC which has really nice stuff. And you buy these things and the person said to me, ‘Don’t wash them for a long time.’ They mean like six months, I think … [I've washed my jeans] maybe twice in six months …The times I’ve done it, I’ve worn them and walked into my shower with them and put some soap on them and then air dried them … Isn’t that how you are supposed to do it?”
– Anderson Cooper explained his jean washing habits to Stacy London of “What Not to Wear” on his show. I’m glad he’s talking about this because I never wash my jeans either. And it’s usually something I’m ashamed to admit. My reasons for this: I don’t want the dark wash to fade, I like the worn in, stretched out comfiness of my jeans, and also, I’m lazy. I never thought of just wearing my jeans into the shower and soaping them down. That’s a great idea. Maybe I’ll try that. [Celebitchy]
I’m not 100 percent sure what’s going on with Brandy’s jeans. They’re either a puffy crotch style that hasn’t exactly gone mainstream yet, or they’re equipped with a secret marsupial pouch that she’s using to store her wallet and a few granola bars. If it’s the latter, I must applaud her efficiency, but when you pair crazy pants with a crazy leopard print top and crazy-high Louboutin boots, the whole look is just a bit, well, crazy. [Photo: Splash News]
“Help! I’m looking for a pair of grey jeans to mix up my wardrobe. I want light grey ones, but not so light that I have to worry about spills on them. I’d also like them skinny not flared. Do you have suggestion of jeans that fit a size 10 or 12? I’m willing to spend up to $150 but would prefer less.” — Kendra
Ah yes,the old jean hunt. Grey jeans are a nice basic that go great with pretty much anything you’d wear regular blue denim with. After the jump, we have four great options for you!
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Whether you work in the kind of office where jeans are the standard uniform or the type where the sweet relief of Casual Friday only comes once a month, you will not regret buying a pair of dark denim trouser jeans this fall. Flattering, professional, with the tailored look of trousers and the glorious comfort of denim, you’ll be reaching for these babies again and again. Pair with a colorful silk blouse and suede pumps for a foolproof work outfit. Click through to check out 10 pairs of dark wash trouser jeans in every size for less than 100 bucks!