If you are already a fan of the denim leggings by Joe’s Jeans, you are going to love these even more. They have come out with a new style called the “Juliette Jeggings.” They have the same comfort and fit as their original jeggings but has functionality of regular denim. They come in four different washes: a dark denim with tonal stiching, Siouxsie, a black wash, a mineral wash (shown above), and Vivienne, a medium wash denim with fading. They come in two different lengths, 25 inches and 29 inches. Check out the styles below. Click here to purchase these denim leggings at JoesJeans.
Audrina Patridge and co-star/friend Stephanie Pratt got snapped leaving a candy store in Beverly Hills, California yesterday (29). Audrina was wearing a skinny pair of Joe’s Jeans and I am in love with her whole outfit! Those wedges really go with her top and jeans, she looks fantastic! It’s so nice to not have to say ‘Audrina Patridge in Divine Rights of Denim…’ so much anymore, haha, even though she looks great in them. Stephanie was also wearing Ksubi Jeans.
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Eva Longoria was seen going to dinner at her restaurant Beso in Hollywood, California. She wore a pair of Joe’s Boyfriend jeans for the night out. Eva’s Beso Las Vegas restaurant was just named “Best New Restaurant” this month. She must have been thrilled when she heard the news. Congrats to Eva for the accomplishment!
Ashley Tisdale did a 6 page spread for the April 2010 issue of Nylon Magazine. She wore a denim vest by True Religion, a denim jacket by Joe’s Jeans and denim shorts by Rych. It was shot by Nylon’s very own editor-in-chief Marvin Scott Jarrett and features flirty throwback looks and a titillating preview of what’s in store for the 24-year old actress/singer/producer. Here are a few snippets of what Ashley told the magazine.
“I’m always the youngest person in the room, but I don’t let that stop me… I am passionate about the ideas I have, and I don’t tend to back down.”
“I love comedy, and I have nothing against commercials movies… But I’m more interested in making movies that I would want to see, things like Juno or Superbad, that are darker and drier and more edgy…”
“I am ready for a change, and I’m not someone who sits around waiting for change to happen.”
Info taken from TheMissTisdale.net