It was fun hanging with The Teen and seeing some bloggers in real life. I clowned, ran my mouth (of course!) and got some ideas for updating my style.
Lee Jeans was one of the more popular tables. When I think of Lee Jeans I imagine a rugged cowboy riding his horse hard into a sunset. The ladies from Lees showed me otherwise. I was fitted for a pair of jeans that are stylish and modern, accentuating my figure rather than my flaws. I’m not a jeans wearer, but the pair I was given seem too nice for something to throw on for down time.
Sara, one of the two designers, picked out two pairs of jeans she felt would flatter my figure (an aside I am pleased that my size was available. The average mom is not a size 0, 1 or 2!). The first pair I tried fit perfectly, but since this has never been the case before doubt crept in and I tried on the second pair. Those SCREAMED Mom Jeans! Brooke, the other designer on hand, firmly informed me that those jeans were not right and told me that the first pair should be my choice.
|(In my Remy Ma voice: This kid that I’m waiting on, He said he loves when my jeans look painted on)|
Brooke pointed out features: how nice my rear looked, the lack of a pucker in the back, and that these fit really well.
She then gave me a few suggestions about wearing them. She suggested either a flat shoe or wedge to accentuate the cut. In the winter I can pair then with a blazer and boots.
I love the way I look in these!
Some other suggestions for updating your jeans style:
Pop your outfit with neon
Try rolling the jeans for a retro look
Add a soft pastel
I’m sensing a trend…