Jeans that work!!

Jeans that work!!

PZI Jeans

They are designed with the woman who needs room in her hips and thighs and contoured for smaller waist. 

PZI jeans are available in sizes 4-18 and can be found in several specialty stores or on their website. 

Check out this ATL based company I promise you will be impressed!!

My Top 5 Trends “2012”

My Top 5 Trends “2012”

Spikes/Studs

They look good from head to toe.  Studded jackets and shirts look good paired with a paired with a pair of skinny jeans.  Throw on some pumps or a nice boot and you will have a Trendtastic outfit.

Leather

Nice fitted jacket looks good on a women of any shape and size.  Be bold colored leather is trendy for the fashionista.

Sheer/Lace top

Any color looks trendie with a pair of jeans or leggings.  You can even pair with a blazer to add flavor.

Colored/Pattern jeans

Should be worn with a blazer or a sheer top.  Blazers are amazing in any color.

Arm Candy

5 or more bracelets worn together to form a fashion statement.  They can be purchased together or separately.

 

Jeans for Curves

Jeans for Curves

Trendies,

I know many of us struggle with finding the right jeans. I share this struggle with you.

ARIYA jeans will end that struggle because they are designed exclusively for curvy ladies or girls.

No belt is needed with these jeans “I love this part about them”

They come in sizes 3-16 and they also carry Curvy plus 14-24.

They are available at several stores like Macy’s, Wet Seal and Charlotte Russe.

Check them out!!

 

High-Waisted Tights

High-Waisted Tights

I wanna try these tights. How about you Trendie Ladies?

Izzie's

Izzie’s released 2 sets of sheer high-waisted tights, one with basic tight colors (black, brown, grey and cream shades) and one with a wide range of different colors including 11 colors each set. They come on tattoo-, socks-,underpants-, undershirt, shirt- and jacket layers.

High-Waisted Tights (Basics)

High-Waisted Tights (Colors)

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