Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Lee: The Anatomy of the Perfect Jean

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

Now that it's officially Fall (here on the Texas coast that means that one day last week we barely broke 80 degrees:) it's time for my favorite season of the year, football season!  What makes the perfect tailgating jean this football season?  Lee has created this nifty infographic showing the anatomy of the perfect jean:


When you are tailgating, you need your jeans to be comfy and functional while remaining stylish at the same time.  Lee has got all of those bases covered!

My top pick for the perfect tailgating jean is the Platinum Label Curvy Theresa Bootcut Jean.


Cut and sewn in a premium stretch denim with a unique crosshatch pattern, the Theresa is designed with spunky flap pockets and bold stitching throughout. Spice up a simple outfit with ease, and feel the difference of Lee's No-Gap waistband while doing it.


These jeans are lower rise and oh-so-comfy!  They have a nice stretch to them which is very flattering and I love the color.  They look great with heels, flats, boots and sneakers.

Pair the Theresa jeans with a tee and the lovely Blanket-Style Cardigan and you are good to go!


There's no limit to where this flap-front cardigan can take you — from lunch with the girls to date night to a weekend away. The simple streamlined shape of the woven knit allows the colorful mix of stripes to take center stage.

This cardigan is soft, stretchy and fairly lightweight...great for tailgating or other outdoor Fall activities.  It's blues, purples and grays match perfectly with a pair of jeans and it looks great on!  It's also machine wash, which is a big bonus!

Both the Theresa Bootcut jeans and the Blanket-Style Cardigan from Lee are on my must-have list this Fall!

Shop Lee for all your Fall wardrobe needs!

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