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In the 1950s, wearing jeans was
considered rebellious. Eat your heart out Lucy!
In the U.S. during the 1950s,
wearing of blue jeans by teenagers and young adults
became symbolic of mild protest against conformity.
This was considered by some adults as disruptive.*
So if you’re going to be
disruptive, it might as be while wearing Joe’s
All Joe's Jeans accentuate curves
in the right places representing the ultimate slimming
One of our friends recently said (without being prompted)…
“these are the best jeans I’ve ever owned.
I LOVE them.”
So if you’re able to drink
a few less Starbuck’s before heading to work--put
that money aside and get a pair of Joe’s!
Read about a few of their collections
(and visit CoutureCandy.com for
JOE’S [noun] 1. Ultra cool
& sportswear for the indie minded, modern, urban
chick with attitude; 2. Spirited California brand admired
by both men &
women for its commitment to setting new trends and
staving off convention.
Basics Program Expands To Offer Two New Fits
JOE’S revolutionized the
designer denim industry with the introduction of a unique
Basic Fits program last yea. The program expands this
Spring with the introduction of the “Muse” (a
1940’s style trouser fit) and the “Provocateur” (the
petite version of best-selling
Jeans New Provocateur Fit
For most petite women, finding
denim with a perfect fit is like finding Prince Charming
in a crowded room. There's more to it than just picking
up something that looks good and living happily ever
after. Whether dating or denim, you try and try (or,
rather, buy and buy) until you rack up a list of failures
so long you want to give up. If this sounds familiar,
look no further; the Provocateur fit from Joe's Jeans
are a fabulous fit for the petite women.
With its contoured shape & higher
rear rise, JOE’S Honey Jean creates a smooth, attractive
silhouette on women w/ voluptuous shapes – whether
in the hip, rear, or both.