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Discover how you can shop for the perfect pair of jeans that hide the problem areas that are common as women get older.
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How to Look Slimmer in your Denims
Veronica: Women’s biggest problem when shopping for a pair of jeans is finding that jean that flatters the problem areas most woman share, the bum, belly and hips. Hi, I’m Veronica with watchmojo.com and today we’re finding the answers to finding that perfect fit.
So as one of the denim divas, can you tell us why it’s so important to find that perfect pair of jeans?
Carol Simmerman: Because everybody wants to feel good in their jeans and everyone wants to feel they look good in their jeans.
Veronica: So does that mean a perfect pair of jeans, you shouldn’t have to lay down on the bed to deal with the zipper.
Carol Simmerman: The perfect pair of jeans is a pair of jeans that you put on, you walk out of the dressing room and you go, oh my God, these are super.
Veronica: As you get older, there are some problem areas, what are they and how do you find the solution to them with jeans?
Carol Simmerman: Whether it’s a sagging bum or a tummy after a couple of kids or a little middle age spread. It’s the cut that really matters.
Veronica: Do you think you can show us your golden rules to shopping for the perfect pair of jeans?
Carol Simmerman: Absolutely, let’s go. Number one, know yourself. Know your shape, know what really looks good on you and please know what doesn’t. Next rule, try, try and try again different styles, different things. Number three, eventhough the trends maybe low cut, skinny, if that’s not your body shape, don’t go there.