|Dalilah ||07-22-2009 01:35 PM |
buttlift jeans - which ones are best?
Ok so have you seen Kim Kardashian's butt in her jeans?! It looks amazing. And I know from seeing past photos of her that her butt is naturally droopy and saggy. Unless she has had surgery it must be that her jeans help prop it up. Does anyone know which brands do this best? Or better yet is there some kind of undergarment or special underwear that I can wear instead to do this?
|EmilyRoth7 ||11-06-2009 11:24 AM |
I'm pretty sure they've come out with jeans that have butt pads on them..
|robyne00 ||11-06-2009 01:48 PM |
Spanx has some undergarments with butt pads. Do not try the "Not Your Daughter's Jeans". They are total mom jeans and practically come up to your breasts. They promise a "tummy tuck" and "butt lift", but do not deliver. Kim K probably uses padding, lipo from other parts of her body (previously discussed), and her best friend photoshop. ;)
|la_angel ||11-06-2009 06:13 PM |
Oh yes Kim loves her Photoshop and makeup!
They are total mom jeans and practically come up to your breasts.
I hate to say it, but I think the mom jean look is coming back into style. I think it was Jessica Biel I saw wearing mommy jeans not too long ago.
|robyne00 ||11-07-2009 02:38 PM |
Yeah, but remember when Jessica Simpson did it?!? Yuck! It all depends on your body. Some people can wear low rise jeans and look fabulous, but one look is not for everyone. Oh, and if mom jeans are appropriate for you ... work it!
|la_angel ||11-08-2009 11:51 PM |
Oh don't worry I was just saying they're coming back. Trust me I'm right there with you I am in no way a fan of them!
|Twihard ||11-18-2009 11:25 PM |
Have you tried Joes Jeans?
I have a pair and they prop my butt up big time!
|robyne00 ||11-19-2009 10:33 AM |
I personally suffer from no-ass-at-all syndrome (haha!), and I looked into Joe's Jeans, as per your recommendation Twihard. They look great! I found another great brand called TR that are also good.
|la_angel ||11-23-2009 04:22 PM |
I have a pair of Joes Jeans too! They are out of Los Angeles so they are pretty big in my area.
I haven't heard of this TR brand though - are those the initials (like for True Religion) or is TR the actual brand name?
|robyne00 ||11-23-2009 06:37 PM |
It's True Religion.
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