Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Tuesday Trend: Colored Jeans


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If you know me, you know that I LOVE my colored jeans. I have mint green ones and lemon yellow ones that are my go-to, favorite staples. I'm convinced that you can't be in a bad mood when you're wearing candy-colored pants. So go ahead an find your perfect pair, and rest assured that their maker is both fab and fair :)

  1. Top photo, sherbet colored jeans by Reuse jeans, constructed from 80% recycled fabric.
  2. Pink and Grey jeans from Elsom organic jeans, available from Fashion-conscience.com
  3. Lemon yellow skinnies: fair trade and made from 97% organic cotton (plus stretch) by Monkee Genes, a U.K. company that uses "no slave labour, no child labour, no blood, no sweat, and no tears." 
  4. Jade green and balloon red jeans made in the USA by American Apparel
  5. Purple and pink bubblegum jeans, also by Reuse jeans, constructed from 80% recycled fabric
  6. Chili red skinnies from Monkey Genes 
DON'T FORGET: Today (by midnight) is the last day to enter to win a bracelet from Kiki and Coco and/or be featured here on Fair Vanity. Leave a comment with a link to your arm candy pinterest or blog post to be featured, and like Fair Vanity/Kiki and Coco on Facebook for an extra entry into the drawing to win the bracelet. Enter today, details HERE :) 

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