Dress to Impress — August 27, 2014 at 11:30 am

Love Premium Denim: The Everyday Woman’s Denim



The most confusing item of clothing that a woman can ever shop for is jeans. When a woman does find a pair of jeans that are perfect for her, the best thing to do is take advantage and buy a dozen or more; or maybe that’s just me. Love Premium Denim is a brand that not only seems like it makes the perfect kind of jean for the everyday woman, but it also pays it forward by donating proceeds of sales to the CURE Foundation for breast cancer awareness. This sort of thing is usually an incentive for me to try out a brand because I feel that companies that pay it forward are able to connect with people and understand the importance of helping others.

To pay tribute to breast cancer survivors, Love Premium Denim has named three of their four styles after actual breast cancer survivors. Suzanne is a regular rise straight leg jean, Olivia is a mid-rise jean with a slim leg, Kylie is a lower rise jean with a slim leg and the jeggings are leggings that looks like a pair of jeans. The brand has something for every woman, and its main purpose is to make the everyday woman look and feel good by creating denim that is made of 35 percent Lycra and flattens your tummy while also lifting your behind. Love Premium Denim allows you to do things throughout the day and not only feel comfortable, but also look good doing it. Could this really be what women have been waiting for?


Love Premium Denim is a new collection created by FDJ French Dressing and is available for purchase at www.lovepremiumdenim.com or you can also visit www.frenchdressingjeans.com. FDJ French Dressing is a big supporter of the fight against breast cancer and donates a portion of proceeds from every single jean, not only the Love Premium Denim collection, to breast cancer organizations throughout North America.

Twisted Talk: Have you shopped Love Premium Denim before? If not, are you planning on buying jeans from this brand? Discuss below!

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