Have you tried Freedom of Choice jeans yet? Above is Katherine Heigl in a pair!
I picked up a pair recently of their Wide Leg Rona style (below) and fell in love! The denim is super soft and they flatter the backside nicely, even for those like me who don’t have much back there! You can find Freedom of Choice at TheDenimShop, Pulestl, ShopGreenApple and FashionFlairs.
I haven’t loved the colored jean trend that is supposedly “in”. Until now. I am a changed woman.
These are The Eye of the Tiger Jean by Luxirie by L-R-G in Lime.
Oh. My. God. I think I’m in LOVE y’all. And they are only $79! Will anyone besides me rock these jeans? Do tell!!!
For those of us who don’t live in L.A. or N.Y.C., private/sample sale websites like HauteLook are the best! By the way, check out all our favorite online sample sale sites to the right hand side of the blog, there is a special category for all of them so you can sign up for all of them and be notified of upcoming sales!
And Wednesday is Rich & Skinny – check out some of the exclusive pics below of styles that will be available for only $77!
A few of the Rich & Skinny styles available this week at HauteLook:
Yves Saint Laurent, one of the greatest fashion designers in history, died at his home in Paris late Sunday at 71 of brain cancer. The French designer helped define modern fashion and cemented Paris’s status as fashion capital. His signature contributions to fashion included but were not limited to designer denim and the launch of a his fragrance line and beauty business.
Yves is known for the following quote: “I have often said that I wish I had invented blue jeans: the most spectacular, the most practical, the most relaxed and nonchalant. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal, simplicity – all I hope for in my clothes.”
No wonder we love our denim so much – he states the reason perfectly and eloquently.
The Gucci Group, which acquired the Yves Saint Laurent fashion housein 1999, said the designer’s death “leaves a great emptiness but also a sublime inheritance.” Read the full story of what other designers are saying about YSL’s passing at WWD.com. He will be missed.