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    05-30-2012, 07:09 PM
  #31
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Ok ok ok I just had to get in this thread! I LOVE the miss me jeans, yes spendy but they rock. I have to add that you can get silver jeans at buckle stores. Im from minnesota and they have them here they are also comfortable for riding. American eagle jeans are some of my favorites when you want a simple yet comfortable feel.

Does anyone know of good mid rise jeans? (that don't look like mom jeans and actually have style LOL) I like those sometimes for just trail riding.
     
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    05-30-2012, 07:21 PM
  #32
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Originally Posted by DrumRunner    
I've never heard of the silver jeans.. Where can you find them?
The Buckle!!!!!!!!!

My mom has some Rock Revival jeans that look good. I might have to get a pair. They run over $150 in my area though. I usually spend between $70 and $110 on jeans. I'm not sure I can justify $150. LoL.

Silver jeans do wear out quickly in the "inner thigh" area. I've gone through many pairs.

My sizing is weird too. The regualar length (32) are just a tad too long. If I buy petite, they are too short. So I LOVE when I come across a pair of 31 inseams. LoL.

Jeans are my biggest obsession. *dreamy look*
     
    05-30-2012, 08:45 PM
  #33
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$110 for jeans?! They better be sewn with real gold thread and never wear out! :) I have found plenty of $8 jeans at Goodwill that have lasted me 6 or 7 years so far.

Whoo.. :)
     
    05-30-2012, 08:47 PM
  #34
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It's an addiction...
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    05-30-2012, 10:11 PM
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I also find Wranglers and Cruel Girl's fit me a lot better than other jeans... I have long legs (34/36") and a small waist (28/29") So, I normally have to get jeans with a waist a couple inches too big, or else they don't fit my thighs... :/ But, Wranglers, Cruel Girl, aaaaand Rock and Roll Cowgirl jeans seem to fit me better.

When shopping at Bluenotes or any store in the mall, I normally have to get a size 9 or 10 to accomadate my weird shape, but I bought a pair of size 5 wranglers a few weeks ago! Talk about sizing differences!
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    05-30-2012, 11:02 PM
  #36
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Originally Posted by RunSlideStop    
$110 for jeans?! They better be sewn with real gold thread and never wear out! :) I have found plenty of $8 jeans at Goodwill that have lasted me 6 or 7 years so far.

Whoo.. :)
No kidding!! I thought the full price of $50 was bad for the Qbabies. I would be wearing sweatpants if my jeans cost $110!

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Originally Posted by QHriderKE    
I also find Wranglers and Cruel Girl's fit me a lot better than other jeans... I have long legs (34/36") and a small waist (28/29") So, I normally have to get jeans with a waist a couple inches too big, or else they don't fit my thighs... :/ But, Wranglers, Cruel Girl, aaaaand Rock and Roll Cowgirl jeans seem to fit me better.

When shopping at Bluenotes or any store in the mall, I normally have to get a size 9 or 10 to accomadate my weird shape, but I bought a pair of size 5 wranglers a few weeks ago! Talk about sizing differences!
LOL, have you tried the Q-babies? I am sized a lot like you, ~28" waist and ~36" inseam and they fit me amazingly because I can choose the inseam length and the waist size separately. I wear a 3/4 x 36".

Plus, full price is about $50....
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    05-30-2012, 11:36 PM
  #37
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Originally Posted by BubblesBlue    
For riding jeans, I absolutely love silver jeans.They were so stretchy and comfortable[making it easy to mount and ride in], and were those ass hugging jeans. The problem though that I rode in them so much that holes showed up in "lower" area.

Same thing happend to me! I loved these jeans for riding except that would either wear out and get holes or wear out and then rip at a show! I really like the Maurices brand jeans. They are a lot like the silvers but not as pricey so they are less expensive to replace if they rip out!
     
    05-31-2012, 01:10 AM
  #38
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I have the Silver jeans as well and I like those. I also LOVELOVELOVE Miss Chic, better than ANY jean I have ever ridden in, flashy and SO comfortable. I buy them for $50 a pop at the county fair every year (We don't have a local dealer)

Cowgirl Tuff I also love when I find the RIGHT pair. Agreed with the original post, they are wierd on little people sometimes. Miss Me I have tried on but ended up not buying because I bought my pair of Silver jeans instead. Also, the Red River jeans from Walmart (Of all places....) are so good too! I bought so many pairs of the darned things. It's rare to find something I love from wally world, so snatch up while you can... Also, I don't know what brand they are, but I buy a TON of jeans from Wet Seal and they are also AWESOME.

Here are my favorite Miss Chic jeans....

miss chic jeans | miss chic bootcut jeans | miss chic style 1783

Miss Chic Boot Cut Jeans | MC Jeans | Blingy Jeans

MISS CHIC JEANS | Miss Chic Denim Jeans | Miss Chick Jeans

As for shirts, I'm not picky about them. My "Show shirt" right now is a Panhandle Slim, my others have long since had the tags torn off them but I bought them at a Big R (Which I think they only have in Oregon? I don't remember) But if I'm in an everyday riding I just wear anything. Most of my shirts come from Wet Seal (I'm addicted to their 5 for $20 Camisoles), Urban Jungle, Hot Topic, and Forever 21.

Boots, ARIAT ALL THE WAY! Western, English, I don't care, I have never found a boot that fits me better. I have them in tall boots, paddock boots, fatbaby boots, and everything in between. If I HAD to go to another brand, it would be Justin.

As for hair, when I am at a show that requires a hat I get up early and spend the time drying and curling my hair into big, pretty curls. My hair is naturally curly but it goes BIG when left to it's own devices, so I have to be aware of what product I use every second of the day. Normally, I just put it up in a ponytail, clippy, or braid because it is simple and easy and normally just requires some smoothing creme and a touch of hairspray and I'm off. I have NO patience for hair.

As for everything else, I just really like sparkles. I actually bedazzled my old pair of spur straps before I finally wore the ****ed things out, they finalle ended up tearing from the leather from use so I had to buy new ones. I have a friend who does custom leather so I had her make me new ones.
     
    05-31-2012, 01:13 AM
  #39
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Oh and guys you can find Silver jeans at Macy's too, for cheaper than Buckle o.o
     
    05-31-2012, 01:31 AM
  #40
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Originally Posted by SorrelHorse    

I have NO patience for hair.
I just cannot do it.. I don't care what I'm doing, where I'm going, who I'm going to see..My hair must be cute..Even if it's up it has to be cute..or the cute little messy bun with my bangs to the side... My hair is my favorite asset..



I'm going to have to check Buckle and Macy's then..

Yes, I have a jean problem too.. I feel as though my blingy jeans are a big part in my persona.. Or at least that sounds better than I have a serious problem lol..


CLaPorte, I don't think it'd be a good day if you and I got together shopping..I haz a feeling I would be very, very broke..
     

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