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Seven Jeans, True Religion, I say no but they keep givin’ – Fergie

Jealous? For those of us who feel an almost unhealthy connection to these lyrics, this blog is for you. If you’re merely trying to catch up on the latest denim trends, trying to find a new way to wear your fave pair, or even attempting to justify purchasing another one of these babies, this blog will more than help you out. Started by Jennine Jacob, previously a writer for The Coveted, this blog covers all bases concerning the ever popular trend of denim. Through this blog, Jacob consistently proves that jeans aren’t just for tee shirts anymore.

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The NEW Velvet

With the holiday season sneaking up on us, it seems only natural that velvet would return to the scene…but not in the expected way. Velvet will no longer be limited to the stockings hung on the mantelpiece or the skirt on the base of the Christmas tree. Nor will it reemerge as the lining in a coffin nor the material of frumpy Victorian-era apparel. Rather, velvet has been rediscovered as the fabric of choice for something completely unexpected- nightlife wear. From skirts to blazers to dresses to booties, velvet adds a whimsical touch to winter weather apparel, while still looking dainty and put together. It is not as gaudy as sequins, but it still emanates the same air of celebration and occasion, and with the duality of being a primary piece in both casual and formal wear.