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    10-28-2012, 10:20 PM
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I actually have yet to find a brand of plain jeans I like is why.

I like the way the demin on Miss Me's feel and I like the way they fit my body, I find them incredibly comfortable and I feel attractive in them. Same reason I buy Miss Chic and Adiktd as well.

I don't really like the way plain wranglers fit me. I can afford these jeans, they feel good to me, what's so wrong about paying the extra for them? I take care of my jeans too. I have a mare of jean that have lasted me for four years (Since the last time I grew...Booo.) and have every single rhinestone, every single stitching, no way miscolored or bleached or torn.
     
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    10-28-2012, 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Annanoel    
QH what kind of saddle is that? Don't mean to hijack! BUT I will say my Miss Mes are so comfortable and the bling does really stay on. I never pay full price I check out sale racks and shops at rides. I scored a pair of last year Miss Me and Rock and Roll Cowgirl for $30 a pair! Can't beat that. I have to buy a size up too though for my butt, which makes them way to long. Share some height Amber. ;) 5' 2" and not growing anytime soon here. ):
It's an RS Custom barrel saddle :)
     

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