Unlisted Brand • Miss Me jeans • Clothes
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
i own three pairs of miss me jeans, and i seriously love them! i never thought i would be into jeans with thick stitching, bulky silver hardware and occasionally rhinestones, but they're the best fitting jeans on the market (speaking for myself). i got my first pair three years ago and wore them nearly every day (except in the summer when it's really hot out), and that pair finally started showing some real wear and tear (a rip and a couple loosening threads). the denim is thick and has a nice slight stretch to it. i'm 5'7" and 110 pounds and i wear a 24. the 24 is a little tight and the 25 was a little big. go with the slightly smaller size because they stretch just a little after multiple wears. also, the denim fades beautifully! i can't say enough good things about miss me jeans. they can be expensive (starting at $99) but they're worth it because they last for years. i got a pair yesterday at macy's at 40% off, plus 10% and another 15% with a macy's credit card, so $40 or so. i absolutely recommend these jeans!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Hard to believe there are no reviews/comments on Miss Me jeans. I get mine at Buckle because it's convenient and they do free alterations. I'm 5'2 and have to hem every single pair of pants I buy, otherwise they are wayyyy too long. Even though I'm short, I have bigger (muscular, not fat) legs than the average female. It isn't easy to find pants for this reason. I have jeans that are easy boot and easy straight. I hate skinny jeans but the easy straight's are as close to skinny as I can get without looking ridiculous. Yes Miss Me jeans cost a pretty penny, but you get what you pay for. The thick white stitching is trendy right now, along with bling'd out back pockets. You can find some good deals on eBay for these jeans without hurting your wallet. I hope these jeans hold up after washing. They are roughly $100 a pair. I've cleaned out my closet and all my old jeans to make room for my new collection. Will most definitely repurchase whenever I can spare $100 on new jeans.