We’ve been talking about skinny jeans all month. From outfits to workouts to diets we are obsessed. But what about jeans that actually make you look… SKINNY? We had no idea (or else we would have told you), but these exist. Enter SkinnyJeans®: jeans that make every body type look thinner whether it is pear, apple, straight or hourglass.
Here are 10 reasons why SkinnyJeans® are amazing. And you know we’re not ones to tell you how awesome something is and then leave you hanging. We’re giving one lucky reader a chance to win a pair! Check out the difference between these jeans and other brands, read our list below, then enter!
SkinnyJeans® are made from classic denim but with a high nylon/elastane content.
The thighs are very ‘scooped’ out which drastically separates and slims the thighs and pushes the butt out creating a shapely silhouette.
The inseams are drawn forward on the leg making it appear that there is less ‘real estate’ on the front of the leg.
The inside non-stretch cotton pocketing lining the front pockets is sewn into the front seam so when the jeans are zipped up a restraining panel is created that pushes the entire stomach area in.
It is officially Spring so it is officially Skinny Jeans season. Snowstorm be damned! Don’t let this weather confuse you into thinking it’s still winter. It is Spring, which means Summer is coming. What can you do to get ready? This Skinny Jeans Workout.
Dr. Emily is taking you through the home stretch and this week’s workout is harder than week 1 and week 2. But don’t worry, if you need some motivation, Lucille Roberts Radio will keep you going. Now let’s get it in!
The first day of Spring is next week, also known as National Skinny Jeans Day. Ok not really, but it should be. They can be bright, they can be cropped, but they cannot be too small. What can you do between now and March 20th? This Skinny Jeans Workout.
Dr. Emily kicked it up a notch from week 1 and will have you on the fast track to your best spring body. Missed week 1′s workout? We’ve got it for you. We’ve also got 3 fab skinny jean outfit ideas for your shopping spree after your workout session. Here we go!
Despite what today’s weather would like you to think, spring is right around the corner. Warm weather, flowers and friends and family sales! What to buy? What to buy? Skinny jeans in the brightest color possible of course. Canary yellow? Bring it on! Turquoise? Perfect with a bold top and a floral ballet flat. Muffin tops? Woah woah woah. I was not ready for that!
Whether you’re trying to get rid of your muffin top, make your thighs rub a little less, or just have awesome confidence in your skinny jeans, we have a workout series for you. Every Friday in March, The Skinny Jeans Workout will be coming to you from Lucille Roberts’ own Dr. Emily. I mean the woman is known as Dr. Legs and has been on Oprah, I’m pretty sure she knows what she’s talking about!
In four weeks we’ll have you in the skinniest jeans possible and you will look and feel awesome. If that’s not great enough, we’ll also be running a contest where we’ll be giving a few lucky readers brand new skinnies! Now let’s get to it!
It’s about time to reward yourself for all those squats, burpees, lunges, elliptical training, “stair mastering” and “treadmilling” that you have endured in order to tone and firm your lower body. So what does the average woman do to treat herself? Eat a cupcake? No! Show off the results of your hardcore lower body training by shopping for a new pair of skinny jeans.
This month we want you to show off those sexy assets and sport the “frenemy”- the skinny jean!
Many of us have at least one pair of skinny jeans. You know the ones–the pair that looks fabulous but is sometimes a tight squeeze to get into. Try these moves from Dr. Emily to get into your skinny jeans more easily!
Last month’s Skinny Jeans contest on Facebook was a smashing success! Here’s a recipe for a sweet treat you can celebrate with and not feel guilty about!
Skinny Jean Jell-O Jigglers (with Protein!)
4 scoops vanilla Live Rite protein powder
4 oz. of skim milk mixed with 4 oz. of water
8 oz. of hot (NOT boiling) water
1 pack of sugar-free Jell-O (You can use any flavor. If you want the blue color and can’t find it in the sugar-free variety, try making this recipe with plain gelatin and adding organic blue food coloring.)