I love, love, love True Religion Brand Jeans. Yes, they are expensive but I dare you to try on a pair and not want to buy them! They will fit you like no other jeans and your butt will look fab!
Shopping for a pair of jeans is much like shopping for a bathing suit, isn’t it? You can try on 30 different pairs and only have one pair look drop dead amazing, right? So when you find that pair that makes you feel beautiful, sexy and put together, those are the ones you have to buy. Period. This is exactly what happens to me every time I shop for jeans, only I tried on True Religion jeans for the first time… I knew I’d have them a while so I didn’t regret forking over 3 bills for them. It stung at first and I think I lied to my boyfriend about how much I really paid for them but I’m at peace about it now. 3 months later ;)
I consider them to be a wise investment for my wardrobe. The quality of the denim is really outstanding (something about the cross-weave), really durable and the stitching is also top notch. But what I mostly love about them is that they’re made in the US (most of their other apparel is made in the US too, not just the jeans). Check out the Womens new arrivals. I dare you! :)
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