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Learn how to find and buy sensible sportswear that still looks great - feel and look your best without breaking the bank.
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Sensible Sportswear That Still Looks Great Hey there! Erin again, now I am here to talk about jeans. Denim is amazing it has every different color, every different style. Can do so much with added it a little bit stretch, fantastic. So, will just go over the basics now, everybody needs like your knock around pair of jeans. That is what I have got in here, for mom with flip-flops short enough that I do not run all over the hem, real great just throw them on, it is Sunday, easy breezy. Also I can wear this with flats like sweet little bailey flats and dress it up a little bit with the button down and a blazer. But these are just my campy choosy easy jeans. Now we have to start thinking about you know a little bit more going out at night. So, you need a little bit darker so here is this you know stay under pair sevens, great with seem it all draw or the same but the shirt could be a seem, whatever on the line on the font. So, just draws the eye down so that makes your legs look longer. Real good, real tight on the tail, so just kind to give you a little lifts there. These are fantastic to wear with heels, you just wan to have long legs, fun heels pocking out of the bottom and you know real just tight smooth fit. Speaking of tight, we all need our skinny jeans, so these are fantastic for wearing under riding boots. These are a little bit more fun of a pair, look pretty simple on the back or in the front. Then on the back you got a little bit of Pazzas. You can see here a little Ponzan this are French connection. Again, a little bit of stretch but you can see the leg pretty straight so you can tack in to riding boots no problem. Now it is time to Foxy Jeans, black jeans are fantastic. These are great in winter, great in summer and it looks amazing with the pair of pat leather heels and a wife-beater like a white wife-beater. You can see this as real skinny, go real narrow down at the bottom so easily can tack in into jeans or can just make a real slim look with your heels. Feel free to wear like a flowing top of top because you know too much skinny is a little bit too much. And then of course we are talking about black jeans we should mention white jeans. Fantastic for summer, really bright and fun and really a good crisp look. So, these are just the few pointers on jeans. Good luck!