As a woman who embraces her curves, I am always on the hunt for fabulous jeans that fit my body, hug my curves, feel good on and make me feel sexy. And this isn’t an easy task! Lots of jeans are cut for slim girls, teens, have a ridiculously low rise or look like mom jeans, so when I find a pair of fabulous fitting hip jeans, I am delighted to share it. Allow me to introduce you to Poetic Justice Jeans – a new hip, fashion forward, curve loving brand of jeans that flatters and accentuates a woman’s curves.
Poetic Justice Jeans are designed and tailor made in Los Angeles by fashion designer Kalia Kirby (I love supporting local female driven brands!) These affordably priced curve loving jeans come in a variety of on-trend styles like skinny, boyfriend and boot cut, and undergo countless hours of fittings to ensure that they fit like a glove, while retaining their shape and accentuating yours.
After trying out a few different pairs of Poetic Justice jeans, I am delighted to say that they definitely live up to the hype! They come in a fabulous assortment of hip designs and are made out of super comfortable lightweight fabrics that totally and beautifully form to your body without dipping too low. I found it so refreshing to see a jeans brand really paying attention to the fashion and fit needs of curvy women like myself by offering chic, high quality styles at an affordable price.
I am definitely a new fan of Poetic Justice and my favs from the current collection are the Kim Black Flocked Front Skinny Midrise Jeans ($58) – Super chic, classy and I love the Fleur de Lis velvet flocked detail
Since I am so smitten with this brand, I was delighted to have the opportunity to interview the brilliant designer behind the line, Kalia Kirby, and learn more about the story and inspiration behind the brand:
What inspired you to start the line? Poetic Justice was inspired by friends and family who had issues with finding jeans that fit great without compromising the obvious gaping issue in the back. Poetic Justice was created to eliminate that problem.
Who is your target customer? Our target customer is someone who ideally isn’t afraid to try something new. She loves being on trend and is all about creating a fun flirty look, but she wants it at an affordable price.
What makes the brand unique/sets it apart from other jeans brands? I think what makes Poetic Justice unique is our ability to offer fashionable styles and quality fabrics at an affordable price. When designing for the line, we consider the needs of the customer and try to find a creative solution. Other denim companies are far removed from their customers needs.
Your designs are so fun and fashionable, where does your inspiration come from? When designing, we often look to what’s happening in the streets. As far as silhouettes go, we play around with style lines and fabrics to find out which looks the most flattering. We are always designing and trying to come up with new concepts.
Which styles are your best sellers? Why do you think those are so popular? So far, our basics and our fancy fabric styles, have been the best sellers. It’s no surprise that every girl would want a great fitting basic jean. I think that the fancy fabrics are so popular because there aren’t many companies addressing this market with fashionable fabrics.
Do you have any fabulous holiday fashion tips? There are a few Poetic styles that will work great this holiday season. ‘Tis the season for prints! Take our Tara or Amie skinny and pair it with a black blouse or be more daring and unexpected with a metallic colored top to make a statement.
What’s next for Poetic Justice? We are excited to launch Jackets and French Terry Tops for this upcoming spring season.
Disclosure: Poetic Justice sent me their jeans for editorial consideration, but all opinions and affinity for these curve loving jeans are my own.
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