By Chief Bargain Hunter Chelsea Thomas
It’s not often you slip you butt into a pair of jeans and know that they’re ticking every box. And they feel as if they’re ticking every box too. High waisted. Good colour. Slim fit. Enough stretch. Total comfort. You got options too. Light denim, dark denim and black.
I would be talking about the Harris Scarfe’s Easy Wear Edit – which is a really good range of denim jeans and staple tees and tops.
Price point? $19.95. Woah, big tick. I mean, let’s focus on that for just one minute. A good, quality pair of denim jeans are normally in the price range of $150-200. These ones are will cost you what it would for a sandwich and coffee on your lunch break.
If you like the darker version, you can shop them here.
Clearly, having the worst time:)
Harris Scarfe invited Amelia (@curvyamelia), Bev (@irismaystyle) and myself to try on the new range, and video our reactions. We were genuinely all very impressed. Having worked with Harris Scarfe in the past it was a no brainer because I believe in the product, and I wear it in my every day. Picking up kids. Going out with my girlfriends (teamed with black boots and a loose top). You name it. They’re versatile. And you could purchase all three colour options so you really are covered.
As for the shoes? We shot in them for a whole day and we couldn’t stop yapping away at how comfy they were. My laser cut loafers on the left (in tan) are the bees knees! And will go great with floral dresses too! All the other shoes are available here.
The Hannah textured jumper (above) is one of my personal picks.
If you haven’t yet got your head around seam-free tanks, you need to NOW! For under $10, you can feel that little bit more secure under your clothes with Harris Scarfe’s range of incredible seam-free singlets. They come in so many colours and I wore the white under this top, below.
Since having two babies (big ones at that) and two ouchy c-sections, I don’t know what it is that has changed in me, however, I need high-waisted, and comfy. In tops and in pants.
I’m 35. I’m not at the point where I can afford (and be bothered) with discomfort and pants that give you a muffin top from the time you put them on.
This range is streets ahead of lots of other retailers and they’re working so hard to be better each season. If you do nothing else, go and try and pair on. You’ll walk out of the store with them on.
Pic source: Lizzie Halloran