Moms facing off this week
When it comes to fashion, every mom should have a pair of jeans in her wardobe.
There’s just something about a pair of jeans. It doesn’t matter if they’re trending or not, jeans are jeans. Don’t worry if they’re skinny, bootcut, jegging, flair, curvy, capris or boyfriend — just find a perfect pair.
They’re versatile. They’re comfortable. They’re classic. They’re essential. They’re fabulous.
When you find that perfect pair that fits like a glove, it’s like finding a best friend — and you never want to let them go! The best part when that happens? You stock up!
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Question: Would you pay $200 for a pair of jeans?
Jeans are my favorite item of clothing to wear. I own about 20 pairs of jeans, maybe more. I will admit, I have and I do spend $200 (or more) on a pair (don’t worry, not on all the 20 I have). I wear jeans every single day of my life, literally, every single day.
When I have spent $200 on jeans, the quality has just been superb. The denim washes better and lasts way longer than the jeans I didn’t spent a lot of money on. I wear jeans to the ground, so I don’t mind spending more to ensure they will be around for awhile. My husband doesn’t understand this logic, but believe me, there’s a method to my jean madness. The more you spend, the more you’ll get.
Two hundred dollars on jeans? Insanity to me. While I may totally covet the clothes I see in US Weekly and all of my favorite celebrity websites, I could never justify $200 for one pair of jeans. My Coach bags don’t even cost that much thanks to the Coach outlet.
I have to say I am a bargain shopper. I want what’s in, but no way will you find me paying full price for it. I’m on the hunt to find it cheaper.
What would I spend on a pair? Fifty dollars TOPS, and even then I would hope to find them cheaper! Actually, under $40 would be my ideal.
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