I have a confession to make. I used to wear mom jeans. The only problem is they weren’t called mom jeans. They were called “in style.”
That’s right. I’ve been alive long enough for high-waisted jeans to have actually been in style. I was around for acid washed jeans, pin striped jeans, and even pleated jeans. It was a dark time in our fashion history.
And this is why I take up the cause of fashion. The cause of helping women and moms everywhere understand that you don’t have to wear high-waisted jeans just because you’re on a budget or because you have hips that would put Beyoncé to shame.
I’ll admit that I don’t buy Seven Jeans. And I can admit that now that I actually know what Seven Jeans are. They are jeans that I really can’t afford and really couldn’t possibly fit into.
(And yes, I have plenty of friends that swear by them and tell me I just don’t get it because I’ve never had a pair of jeans that fit me like these can. Thanks, but I’d rather take my $150 elsewhere.)
So what’s a
cheap frugal but somewhat stylish woman to do? Well, I decided to accept an offer to try on a new pair of jeans.
I mean, what were they thinking? Who shops at Target these days? Oh yeah, that’s right. We all do.
So let’s just see what you might like about some Asian-inspired Levi’s for only $24.99…
What did you think? I’m guessing you thought one of the following:
“Wait, did she have her pants off in that video?”
“I like big butts and I cannot lie.”
“Those are really hot shoes.”
“Wow, she’s a bit, ahem, bigger than I thought.”
“Did she just scar her son for life?”
Pretty much, all of those statements are true. So I’m not offended if you thought any of those.
What I would like to know, though, is what you think of the jeans? What’s your diehard brand and why? Would you give these a shot?
UPDATE: If you like Denizen America on Facebook, you can receive an offer for a rebate, a gift card, or even FREE jeans when you sign up on the Welcome page. Word.
Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary pair of dENIZEN jeans to review at my leisure.