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May 11, 2010

Hello! SkinnyJeans Review


Does any of this sound familiar?

Your jeans are so low your previously non-existent stomach hangs over the waistband and when you sit down we are talking cleavage?

Your back pockets are half-way down your thighs making your legs appear shorter than they already are and there is so much stuff on your pockets you can never wear the same pair twice because you and everyone else is sick of looking at them?

You look like you're expecting a flood because your jeans are too short?

Maybe the designer looks good but for some reason his jeans make you look worse?

There is some weird-looking webby-thing inside your jeans that makes your butt look flatter?

You're convinced that your jeans were designed to be worn exclusively by Kate Moss?

The ankles of your jeans are cut so narrow and 'skinny' that your thighs look gargantuan in comparison and your lower leg and foot look like a golf club?

Yikes!!



Desperate for a pair of super-slimming blue jeans, hello! SkinnyJeans decided to do something about it and tackled every possible way to make blue jeans more slimming and flattering (below are just a few):

First, hello! SkinnyJeans® are made from classic denim but with a high nylon/elastane content. This denim is made exclusively for SkinnyJeans®. This gives them a ‘beefy’ strength to hold you in (no wimpy, gummy stretch here) and creates ‘Memory’—it sucks everything in and never sags, bags or grows by the end of the day. (You will not have to wash them every time you wear them!)

Second, the thighs are very 'scooped' out which drastically separates and slims the thighs and pushes the butt out creating a shapely silhouette.

Third, the inseams are drawn forward on the leg making it appear that there is less ‘real estate’ on the front of the leg.

...and there are many more improvements they made to the 'skinny jean'. . .


I really like what hello! SkinnyJeans is doing. They are creating products that make women look their best, because who wants a pair of jeans that accentuate the wrong parts? They are slimming and very flattering, and come in a variety or washes and sizes.
They have these stylish WhiteOut jeans that I would LOVE to try for summer (pictured above), and they also launched GreenJeans (eco-friendly blue indigo washed with air not water) in conjunction with Earth Day. I had a chance to try their Nitewash (above) and they were prefect to wear to the office on Friday for a dressed down, yet professional and classy look. I paired the skinny jeans with heals and a button down blouse, and was ready to go!


For more information, or to try them for yourselve visit their website: http://www.skinnyjeans.com/

2 comments:

  1. oh my god, their skinny jeans are good!

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  2. They are amazing and actually do work!!! Im looking forward to ordering my second pair

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