The Miss Me Jeans company develops designer jeans for the purpose of fashion, but also designs them to be comfortable. Started in 2001, Miss Me Jeans makes a sophisticated pair of jeans for the modern woman. The jeans are durable and well made enough for everyday wear. Most recently, Miss Me Jeans decided to renovate their designs, and created separate styles of jeans.
Currently, there are three collections produced my Miss Me Jeans. The first being their main Miss Me Jeans design line.Then during the spring season of 2008, Miss Me introduced their high fashion couture line. To provide clothes for the fashion forward young woman, there is also the Miss Me Girls clothing line for teens and young girls. Each of these lines provide different styles of clothing, to compliment the differences in women.
With the variety of styles designed by Miss Me Jeans, there is no end to the fashion possibilities. The largest design theme for Miss Me Jeans is their southwestern wear collection. Miss Me also carries six different types of jean styles. The most popular type of jean produced by Miss Me is the skinny jean. There are also the standard boot cut and straight leg jeans. Miss Me also carries the newer boyfriend style jeans, which are designed to look like a woman is wearing a pair of her boyfriend’s jeans. The telltale part of this design is the rolled up cuff on the bottom of the jeans. There are even a couple of wide leg or flare style jeans designed by Miss Me. For the summer months, Miss Me also has shorts and Capri jeans. This large variety in fit, and design allows woman to dress in their own way.
Since every style of jeans fits differently, consider viewing a properly outlined size chart, usually available from online retailers to get the perfect fit. Since jeans last such a long time, it is important to have the right fit. Miss Me Jeans is a designer jean company, but available at affordable prices. Watching for sales lowers the price on a pair of Miss Me Jeans. Low prices are also available from alternative stores like second hand designer stores, or consignment shops.