True Religion Jeans
We all love our True Religion Joey jeans, but can you imagine the fit, the comfort, with the feeling of fleece? Neither can we but we want to try them! These are un-jeanslike enough that we think we could pull off wearing them to the office with a dressier top! True Religion Joey Big T in Khaki Fleece for only $75 on sale at Rafael Hawaii.
Exciting news for all True Religion Jeans fans!
“True Religion to Grow Fifty-Stores Strong by 2009′s End
Los Angeles-based True Religion Apparel, a premium apparel brand primarily known for its True Religion Jeans, recently completed a strategic review with Goldman Sachs. The result of the review, which the company has been working on since last summer is significant expansion. True Religion will add four more stores by the close of 2007, bringing its total store count to 15. In addition, the company plans significant growth during 2008 and 2009, increasing store count to 30 by the end of 2008 and 50 by the end of 2009. In addition, the company recently hired an experienced apparel industry store executive as VP of real estate, Marc Klein, who is responsible for securing new store sites. True Religion is flexible in its square footage requirement, but targets upscale shopping centers in affluent markets across the country. ”
Enhance your assets! Ever wish for a perkier posterior?
For those of us not blessed like Beyonce the cut and wash of your denim can do wonders. Remember darker washes are more slimming and lighter washes hide less.
// Curved Yolks
Styles (L->R): Siwy Jeans
// Y Yolk
Styles (L->R): Diesel Lowky, Diesel Lowky, Diesel Matic
// Smaller Pockets
Styles (L->R): Frankie B Heart Pocket, R&R Jaguar, William Rast Stella
//Pockets with Flaps
Styles (L->R): True Religion Joey, R&R Jaguar, William Rast Belle
We love it when counterfeiters get busted! From a Pennsylvania newspaper, the Sentinel Online:
“Counterfeit goods confiscated
East Pennsboro Township police arrested a North Carolina man for allegedly transporting counterfeit apparel from New York City to his home state for resale.
Police say officers investigated a man in a green GMC van parked Wednesday at the Uni-Mart on Wertzville Road in Enola.
Police allege Moustapha Moussa Adamou, 24, of Greensboro had $13,000 worth of counterfeit Nike Shoes and $1,800 worth of fake True Religion Jeans.
Officers arrested Adamou on a felony trademark counterfeiting crimes code violation. He was arraigned before District Magisterial Judge Richard S. Dougherty and taken to Cumberland County Prison in lieu of bail.
His 1999 GMC van was seized for forfeiture proceedings by the Cumberland County District Attorney’s office.”