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PZI Jeans Review :: Denim that really fits!

Hey, girls! What do you love most about your jeans? Sure, comfort is important, as is durability (the longer they last, the better), but if the most important thing to you is how they look, have we got the jeans for you!

PZI Jeans is a premium denim brand designed to fit you perfectly. Don’t get us wrong — these jeans are totally comfortable and will last you a long, long time — but we’re sure you will positively love the way fit perfectly and stylishly.

Now, for a bit of a history lesson: PZI Jeans was launched in 2002 in Atlanta by Claire Jason (who is currently vice-president and creative director of the company) and her husband, Daniel (who is currently PZI’s founder and president). The Jasons wanted to design a stylish brand of jeans that actually fit real women’s body types, looked totally stylish and reflected the latest trends in denim all at the same time.


It’s been said PZI Jeans is “leading the crusade in redefining the meaning of fit.” We couldn’t agree more! So many denim companies out there make totally hip jeans that just don’t fit the many shapes and sizes girls and women come in. While most jeans are made with gaps at the waist to accommodate the hips, PZI Jeans eliminate these gaps so you can fit into your true jean size.


These totally cool, totally comfortable, totally stylish and totally trendy jeans come in a range of sizes (from size 4 to size 16, with inseam options of 31”, 34”, 36” and for very tall girls, 38”), styles (straight leg, skinny leg, classic cut, etc.) and colours (Persian Blue, Sky Blue, Tpaz Blue and more).


You can find lots more information about PZI Jeans and where you can pick up a pair of your own by visiting the company’s website at www.pzijeans.com. PZI Jeans also offers tops, jackets, tees and more.


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