Luxury Denim: Many queens and kings are burrowing toward Blue Beetle's website for luxury blue jeans. Both species of baby boomers and hip-hoppers alike are heading uptown to be fashionably correct rebels in blue jeans. Men these days are as much denizens to upscale fashion shops as women. According to a story recently published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, a prominent retailer of the area conveyed that both men and women preferred the same top three luxury blue-jean makers Seven for All Mankind, Citizens
of Humanity and True Religion.
Folks are enjoying the status that accompanies wearing recognized labels. The price range for designer denims is quite wide, as it goes from around $150 to over $400. Luxury denim offers unique designs compared to the less-expensive options. Artwork using one or both of the rear pockets as its canvas with either an embroidered design or an original hand-painted rendering give these jeans an edge not found in the "2 for $30" bin at "$99 or Less" stores. True Religion has a pair called "Joey Super Ts" that costs as much as a roundtrip business-class ticket from NYC to L.A. PRPS, another maker of upscale denims, features a pair of jeans that are splattered and tattered. Didn't the fashion industry do this to us years ago? Ever time I discard clothing, it seems that I end up replacing it shortly thereafter.
Blue Beetle offers a wide array of fashion statements for clotheshorses of both genders by world-renowned designers. (Guys, check out the men's belts!) Visit its vast website for a look-see at the "Big Three" of denim and more.
For LxM James Rothaar