We want more than the low rise jeans, particularly low rise, skinny-jeans. Even the skinniest little tween gets a muffin top. Enough already!
Baby boomers and our kids are the biggest sector of the buying population and we are older than the 15-23 year olds that the fashion industry caters to. We hold the purse strings, we are probably 75% of
In her blog, "Fat Hefalump," Elissa chronicles her efforts to bring attention to the lack of choices for women whose bodies don't match the current fashion trend. Definitely check it out here:
I am writing you on behalf of the folks at VOXOMETER.COM, the Universal Suggestion Box. Each month our community votes to make one suggestion an action item. For the month of November, 2010 it is "Enough with the Low-Rise Already."
VOXOMETER.COM works hard to make suggestions reality by writing letters, press releases, etc - getting suggestions noticed by the people who m
The word "jeans" comes from the French phrase bleu de Gênes, meaning, “The blue of Genoa.” Denim comes from the French phrase, de Nîmes, meaning from the town of Nimes. Dungaree is named after Dongari Killa in India. Jeans used to be all about where we are. Now they are all about who we are.
Voxometer is working on the problem with women's jeans this month. Apparently they never fit right
OK Voxomites, here's the letter we sent out. It was mailed to Mr. Downey, Jr. and Ms. Lohan. We also submitted by email to Star Magazine, TMZ, AccessHollywood and Perez Hilton...
Dear Mr. Downey Jr.:
We are impressed by your talent and ability to overcome certain foibles and applaud you for it. Congratulations and please keep up the great work.
I am writing you on behalf of the comm