Seven For All Mankind Jeans
So I was shopping around at the Orlando Prime Outlets this past Wednesday - it’s like mecca there – Off 5th, Neiman Marcus Last Call….and then, gasp, I saw it…a “Coming Soon – 7 for All Mankind” sign. Thanks to my trusty camera phone, here’s photographic proof! The sign in the window said open Spring 2008 - so that’s anytime now!
According to 7 for All Mankind’s website, there are only three other 7 for All Mankind retail locations in the country – and one, an outlet no less, is coming to Orlando! Yay!
Other 7 for All Mankind retail stores include:
7 For All Mankind Los Angeles
100 South Robertson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA. 90048
7 For All Mankind Malibu
3825 Cross Creek Rd, Unit 9C
Malibu, CA 90265
7 For All Mankind Dallas
North Park Center
8687 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX. 75225
It’s time for props for another one of our favorite Ebay sellers for selling authentic designer denim. Today we are featuring The 7 Jeans Store‘s Ebay Store, under Ebay ID BirdieTime. This seller is also a big supporter of the HonestForum.
The 7 Jeans Store of course sells 7 for All Mankind, True Religion, Affliction, Denim of Virtue, Paige Premium Denim and many more, in both men’s and women’s styles! Of course all items are 100% authentic!
We’ve always loved that Diesel (carries inseams at 30″, 32″ and 34″) and Joe’s Jeans (the Provocateur style) carried shorter inseams for those of us who are not of supermodel stature. But now, increasingly, 7 for All Mankind is offering jeans with shorter inseams as well. Finally! ShopBop has an entire category dedicated to Jeans for Petites. I am 5’7″ – so not exactly petite, but my legs are not super long either. I have to hem all my jeans that are 34″ and longer so I would buy the 7 for All Mankind Jeans that have a 32″ inseam which would be perfect on me. I have a feeling many girls are like me – not short but not super tall either, and could wear these that have 32″ inseams. Love!
It’s summertime – break out the short-shorts! Here are some of picks from our favorite designers! What will you be buying this summer?