5 Pairs of Jeans That Are Perfect for the Curvy Girl
Posted 8 months ago by Amanda Raye
Have hips? Consider yourself an hourglass or pear shape? If so, shopping for jeans might be a bit of a pain, even more so if you’re under 5’4″.
Lucky for you, we’ve searched high and low so you’ll never have to spend hours jean shopping ever again! Below are our top five favorites that are curvy girl approved:
1. Poetic Justice
Poetic Justice jeans are specifically designed to fit your shape, not just your size.These jeans have a slight stretch and they hold you in without being uncomfortable.
They also have a huge selection of styles: boot-cut, skinny, printed, boyfriend…the list goes on. According to the founder, Kalia Kirby:
Our jeans are designed in the USA and all fabrics are chosen with the curvy shape in mind. You will never need your belt again!
These jeans are available in regular sizes (26 – 32) and extended sizes (16-20).
Maya Midrise Skinny: $42.00
2. American Eagle
The super stretch jeggings from American Eagle are amazing! They slide on gracefully, they’re extremely flattering, and they zip and button like regular jeans.
You can get them in sizes 00-18 and with short, regular, long and x-long inseams. Short and tall curvy girls rejoice!
Dark Wash Jeggings: $34.99
The Leigh Jeans from Topshop are also the perfect curvy gal jeans. The super soft, lightweight denim adds comfort without compromising on style, while the mid-rise cut and roll hem make them the ideal partner to all your favorite ballet flats.
There’s also a bunch of different colors and fabrics; from traditional blue denim, all the way to burgundy and acid wash.
Moto Aubergine Leigh Jeans: $65.00
This popular French retailer has finally opened shop in the USA! Although you can only find them in New York and Massachusetts at the moment, they are planning to expand.
Now to their jeans — omg! We weren’t expecting their denim to be curvy girl friendly considering they’re from France, but we were pleasantly surprised! They’re petite curvy girl friendly as well and go up to size 16.
All the pants and jeans from the Sofia by Sofia Vergara collection are perfect for the curvy girl! They’re full of stretch for a true-to-you form-fitting look and they can be found in sizes 4-18.
Are you a curvy girl? If so, where’s your go-to place for jeans?
Steal Her Look: Miranda Kerr’s Floral Pants
Posted 2 years ago by Amanda Raye
The 29-year-old model was spotted wearing adorable floral trousers while running errands in New York City over the weekend. She’s also a repeat offender. She was spotted only days before wearing another pair! There is no denying it: floral pants are a hot item this summer. But how do you wear them?
Floral pants come in all different styles: trousers, leggings and even jeans. Once you know the style you want, just pair a simple shirt with it. It’s very easy to over do it. To be safe, a plain black, white or grey top is all you need…just like Miranda! The same goes for your shoes. On both days, Miranda paired her floral pants with either nude pumps or sandals.
If you’re short and/or petite, go for floral pants with a smaller print. If you’re tall and have long legs, you can go for the large and bold floral pairs.
Below are a few pants you might want to consider adding to your wardrobe.
Urban Outfitters: $39
Necessary Clothing: $27.99
Urban Outfitters: $49
Have you been sporting a pair of floral pants this summer? Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org for a possible feature!
Skulls & Studs: Two Trends That Will Take Over Summer 2012
Posted 2 years ago by Amanda Raye
Way back when, studs and anything skull related were meant for the rebels living on the other side of the tracks and the disobedient teenagers of the 80’s. Well, in 2012 they’re elegantly meant for the office! How do you make studs office friendly you ask? Studded collars on elegant sheer tops. Now, collars have been popular since last summer, but mixing that fun trend with avante-garde studs creates one memorable piece of clothing.
Studs were seen all over the runway both last year and this year with sophisticated fashion houses including Valentino and Givenchy dousing their models with studded wallets, heels and jackets, but at a hefty price.
Finally, these tops are no longer off-limits for those who can’t afford the runway looks. Score your own sheer top with a studded collar for under $100 at many fine retailers including Topshop, Necessary Clothing and Zara!
Only $73.85 at Topshop
Only $48.00 at ASOS.com
Only $78.28 at ASOS.com
Only $59.00 at Urban Outfitters
Only $69.23 at ASOS.com
Don’t you just love rockin’ runway trends that don’t break the bank? Us too!
Tibetan Prayer Bracelets
Now for the skulls, “skull” is by no means a foreign word to the fashion industry. Back in 2007, skulls were worn by celebs young and old in the form of sheer scarfs. They quietly died down shortly after 2008. However, skulls have yet again found their way into our wardrobes, this time in our jewelry boxes in the form of Tibetan prayer beads.
$10.00 each at Paris Heroin Stars
I started noticing them at street venders all around Soho and Chinatown in early winter but didn’t think twice. On a recent shopping trip to the Converse store, I noticed hundreds of them in all different colors by the register and was in awe. I really liked them. Since that day last weekend I’ve noticed them on almost every wrist of those everyone would deem fashionable.
The hundreds of Tibetan prayer beads at the Converse store in Soho.
What are they?
Originating from Tibet, these beads help users contemplate the meaning of life and death during meditation. The skull is meant to help the mediator reflect on death and impermanence, and know that death is a fact, and that the closer that we can relate to death and embrace it, the sooner we can start living with love and compassion. A lot more meaningful than your typical summer trend.
What are your thoughts on Tibetan prayer bracelets and classy studded collars? Let us know in the comments below!
The Last Days of Summer
Posted 3 years ago by Amanda Raye
- Jewelry: $8 Charlotte Russe
- Shirt: $40 Banana Republic (Mad Men Collection)
- Skirt: $15 Charlotte Russe
- Shoes: $30 DSW Shoes
“This girl loves her staple pieces.”