~Jean Queen

New Womens Rock Revival Jeans Kate B2 RJ8324B2 Crystal Fleur De Lis Stones NWT
{  Mrs. E.— otherwise known as Mrs. Jean Queen— Just Bought These Jeans “ON SALE” for  $160.00 }



~~~Are you a snob when it comes to jeans?


What I mean is—



do you only buy brands like Miss Me, Big Star, or Rock Revival?


Do you elevate your nose and scoff at a woman who doesn’t
have a designer name on her pocket?


If so, you might be considered a Jean Queen.


Lets take a moment to gossip about Mrs. E.


Because she’s at the Top of this list.


In fact, she may have invented the list.


I heard of a little episode recently, which I’ll share with
my readers.


The story goes something like this


Mrs. Jean Queen is at her son’s basketball game with her


And  this chick walks
by who is wearing a HOT pair of jeans.


You know the type I’m talking about.


The sort of jeans with the glittery jeweled pockets.


Anyhow, Mrs. Jean Queen begins
hyperventilating from excitement & desire.


“Hurry, grab your phone and get a picture of  those
jeans!” she squeals to her husband.


“Are you serious?” He says.


“Yeah, I’m seeeeerious.” She says.


He snaps a quick picture.


“Are you sure you got the brand name?” She asks.


“I’m pretty sure.” He responds.


Isn’t he a nice guy?




As soon as Mrs. Jean Queen gets home, she sprints to the computer
like a bat out of hell to Google “Red Rivet.”

Yes, there they were!
“I found them,” she yells out to her husband.
And to her Great surprise, they sold at Walmart for $14.00.
Guess What, Mrs. Jean Queen?
You could have saved yourself $150 Dollars!
Red Rivet - Juniors Wide...(Red Rivit, 14.99!)
Moral to the story: It’s not the label on the ass of the jeans that counts;
It’s how good the ass looks inside those jeans.
~~Dear, Reader,  Are you a Jean Queen Snob?
pink lips xxX
Hey, Mrs. E.  I still love you even though you are a Jean Snob!
















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  1. Joan says:

    And that is why I go all over town trying to find the right pair of jeans. It’s amazing how many styles and types there are. Only certain ones look good on me. So if they cost $14.00 and look good, I’ll buy them. I don’t know if I would ever buy a pair for $150.00 no matter how hot they looked. Some people look good in any jeans but I am convinced that they make them on purpose to only look good on women with small skinny asses. The rest of us get to be jealous of those few who can fit into that perfect pair of jeans and look good wearing them. Thanks for writing about jeans. They are the bane of my wardrobe.

  2. mamawolfe says:

    No, I am not a jean snob…I have trouble finding ones that fit my short size, but I agree-it’s all about the ass. I’ve been told I can rock a pair of jeans-even cheap ones :)

  3. Comfort is all. I couldn’t give a flying whatsit about the brand. Which I guess, re-inforces my dinosaur status. And there are no $160 jeans in my wardrobe. There aren’t even any $150 earrings and they are my true passion. Forget shoes, forget jeans, earrings do it for me everytime. And besides I never have a bad ear day, and I don’t have to ask ‘do my ears look fat in this?’.

      • A HUGE range of earrings. Mostly silver rather than gold because I prefer it, but that is about the only criterion. Small ones, dangly ones, classy ones, crass ones…… I hang them on lace stretched through embroidery hoops. There are now ten of those hoops hanging on the walls beside the bed – at least that keeps most of them in pairs.
        Have a great day. Hugs.

  4. Ann says:

    That’s too funny! I’m a parmesan cheese snob – but jeans? As long as they’re comfy, fit well, and have pockets….I’m good! I’d rather wear jean shorts anyway!

  5. Michael Ann says:

    Ha! I can only afford cheap jeans. but I always buy ones that look good! I usually buy more than one pair. Target and JC Penny have styles that work for me! I do like Levis though…

  6. Jen says:

    I am so trying to get this ass to be considerably smaller so that I can rock a pair of jeans the way I used to! For me it’s how they look and feel, not the label, cheep is good, now I just need to work on the bod!

  7. Vidya Sury says:

    :-) I loved this. I practically live in jeans and um no – I am not a jean queen. I am blessed with a neat ass though that looks good in any pair of jeans. (I think. Oh, I’ve been told so!)

    Kim, I love to shop in the street side shops – because I secretly believe that most of that stuff finds its way into the posh showrooms that add the price of their overhead expenses to our bill. I have friends who think brand equals quality. Ha ha to that. I know people who are super-snooty about NOT having a brand name to show.

    Lemme share this funny thing with you: I was shopping for bra and panty sets recently at my usual store. When in walks a family of three. Husband, wife and a little boy about nine years old (How do I know? I asked him which grade he was in). Oh, this family fascinated me. They had come to shop briefs and vests for this kid – and the kid was the one talking to the saleswoman. He asked for specific brands. And boy, I know those brands cost a helluva lot more than my stuff. (I love pretty lingerie). Anyway – they shopped and left, leaving me in a bit of a stupor over the money they spent on a little boy for his undies. The saleswoman laughed and waved a hand in front of my face. And told me that kids buy brand names that are prominently visible on the waist band of their briefs because they wear their outer pants/jeans/trousers a level lower than their briefs – and what shows up has got to be a brand name right? Imagine. Talk about catching them young and watching them grow!

    I laughed all the way home because although I am a shopper, am not a big spender!

    Mmm. I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. Love you, Kim. You write the cutest stuff! Hugs!

    • OOOOO, Vidya,

      India is JUST like America!!!!

      I see young boys wearing their jeans like this. And the undies need to be VERY COOL and Hip.


      I sooooooooooooo Love your comments. You are Faaaaabulous. Xxxx

  8. Wild Child Mama says:

    I truly know nothing about jeans. Until recently they were all I wore. But these days I can’t seem to find a pair that fits right. I also can’t bring myself to spend a lot of money on them. But I could buy a pair at Walmart! If they fit! That would rock. A blingy butt would rock.

  9. I agree the figure is more important than the jeans, but my advice is never to be taken when clothes are the subject of the debate, unless your talking about wearing a coat in warm weather or other boring topics

  10. Liz says:

    I agree! It’s the way they look not the brand name. What a funny story!!! My husband would do almost anything for me, but I know he would NOT take a photo of another woman’s jeans…LOL.

  11. Irene says:

    I live in jeans! The only time I don’t wear jeans is if I’m going to a fancy schmancy family gathering like a Communion or Confirmation or job interview.

    Hey, that lady’s husband was more than happy to snap a picture of that woman’s butt, are you kidding me? Like, “Hell yeah, sweetheart, I’ll get a picture of that cute ass in those jeans!”. My husband wouldn’t have to take a picture, he’d be making a mental picture all his own!

    Mine come from anywhere they have “bootcut, just above the hip”, in “long”. Brand isn’t an issue for me. Wallyworld, Kohl’s, Sears, BJ’s (Berkeley and Jensen-yeah, I know, why they named their chain that is beyond me), JC Penny…but remember in the 80’s where everyone had to have a pair of Gitano’s, Jordache! or Liz Claiborne, or Calvin Klein (“No one comes between me and my Calvins!”) jeans!??

    But I’m very hard on my jeans. So buying a pair of pretty jeans like those above wouldn’t end well. Even though I do own a couple pairs of “dressy jeans”, those Rock Revivals are just a tad too pretentious for me. Maybe too youthful.

  12. I am a jean snob… guilty as charged. I haven’t purchased any lately, but once I hit the 50 mark, I decided I should stop…. I have a lot of designer ones, but I do agree that the way you look in them is more important than the label on them.

  13. marie says:

    I take it if I feel great in it whatever label, thought I hate putting fortunes into clothes so I draw the line at 100E – every time I have to buy another jean It can takes months…………..

  14. KIm, those are darling jeans, both pair, and who knew about WalMart? I am not a Jean Snob at all, but a great fitting pair of jeans makes me feel soooo good! (Hard to find though…) I just bought a pair of dyed and bleached green jeans (cuter than they sound) so I’d get out of the blue ones for a change. xxxxxxxxx

  15. Ameena says:

    Sometimes I see people walking around in True Religion jeans and they look fantastic. And then other times I wonder, what on earth?

    I agree..it’s what’s in the jeans that counts!

  16. I really don’t like jeans. I find the material way too hard. I have a pair of dark wash, straight leg, Calvin Kleins that my husband bought me about 4 years ago. I have yet to wash them. (No, that’s not because I wear them dirty, but I think I’ve worn them about 5 times and only for a couple of hours each time.) I really prefer soft wool or linen or anything softer to jeans though.

    Jeans can look great. I wouldn’t pay a large amount of money for them though.

  17. Ellen says:

    Too funny! :-)

    I am not a Jean Queen, although I am Queen of my Jeans. I am particular about the fit and serviceability of my jeans, not about the name.
    *They need to fit my hips and my waist (curvy hourglass figure, so this can be a challenge, and sometimes requires an alteration to make it work),
    *They need to be long enough (I have long legs),
    *They need to have both front and back pockets (many plus-size jeans only have front pockets (pssht!) – or none (pssht!!)), and
    *They must have a set-on waistband with a zip-and-button closure (many plus-size jeans are pull-ons and/or feature elastic in the waist (pssht!!!)).
    *Lastly, black and blue are the only jean colors I’ll wear; none of the current rainbow-color nonsense. :-)

    Also, entirely off topic, I’m reading “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Just an FYI, because I felt you’d be entertained. :-) xoxo

  18. Monica says:

    Too funny! I’m a jean queen if you count the fact that I will only buy a pair of jeans that actually fit and look good on me, no matter the cost (though I’ve yet to purchase jeans upwards of $100). It’s not an easy task, second only to buying a swimsuit! :)

  19. I wouldn’t mind the title jean queen, especially considering if I pair of jeans doesn’t look even a little good on me I refuse outright to buy it 😉

    Choc Chip Uru

  20. Bella says:

    Kim, what a delightful post and so true! After all, if you ain’t got what the Significant Other calls a “fine ass,” it matters not what label you’re wearing. I was a jean snob in high school. My sisters and I only wore designer labels and daddy, bless his soul, was happy to oblige our every whim. Nowadays, not so much. Would you believe I bought my last pair of jeans five years ago? They’re the Sweetheart jeans from Old Navy and they fit great! And thank goodness cause I hate shopping for jeans. There’s just too much junk in the trunk! hee hee! :)

  21. Joseph says:

    “Moral to the story: It’s not the label on the ass of the jeans that counts;
    It’s how good the ass looks inside those jeans.”

    From a guy’s point of view, I can say that this is right. Kidding aside, it doesn’t really matter what is the brand name on you outfit. It is all on how you carry it.

  22. totsymae1011 says:

    I’m not a jean queen snob or a jean person really. I have a couple pairs I wear occasionally. I guess I’ve never been into labels either, so I don’t care what kinda jeans I wear really. Maybe I’m too lazy to think that way. I don’t know.

  23. Oh dear, how sad is this… I have never heard about any of the jeans you mention! I only know names like Levi and Guess! I used to have a figure like what is in your first pic – REALLY wish I still did – but alas!
    Me, I buy what is comfortable and first properly – which isn’t very often!
    Have a beautiful week darling Kim,
    :-) Mandy xo

  24. Nah, I’m definitely not a ‘jean snob’. With my “generous” back-field, I wear what fits. However, that first picture up there you posted…..OMG, the stuff *(*& dreams are made of. Lordy… Thank you for making my whole day. Love you girlie!

  25. Phil says:

    Well Kim, I’m sure you might have a point, but I’m not totally convinced, so if you don’t mind, please post about another three or … maybe four hundred pictures of nice asses in jeans, and then give me some time to um… well… draw a conclusion.

    Oh, and if my wife sees this post, well… er… um… (ahem)… Love, would you believe some pervert guy hacked into my account? (sweating more than a Derby race horse…)

  26. We of the small, skinny asses have our problems, too. Sadly, I will never know the satisfaction of writing “ass donor” on the back of my driver’s license. Fat people always expect me to let them spill over onto my seat because hey — I’m not using all of it anyway. My protruding ass bones have been known to put out the eyes of small children who wander too close…

    As for jeans, you’ll find me mostly in Wranglers with horse manure and slime stains ’cause I’m a country gal.

    But kudos to you for finding a bargain. I find most of mine on Ebay.

  27. Nikky44 says:

    That’s a funny post!!
    Kim, I never ever bought anything expensive all my life. Never tried a brand in jean or any other thing!

    I used to tell myself, that one day if I manage to lose weight, i might treat myself with a nice jean!

    Anyways, brands would never produce anything my size!

  28. Lady E says:

    Golly, some people really should get a life… Going moot over a pair of jeans?? Hello, what planet does she live on? 😉
    Anyway, my fave jeans are the petite bootcut ones from Next. Cheap, and then fit me, hoorah. I’m short and petite, so I get bored with cuts meant for 6ft2 models. Ha ! :)

  29. Helene says:

    If my ass looked THAT good in a pair of jeans, I’d happily be a Jean Queen!!!

    But right now I’m all about whatever makes my ass look good….so right now it’s pretty much sweats.

  30. Never been particular about my jeans, though I won’t shop at Walmart, because… I just WON’T shop at WalMart.

    Mostly, though, it is a challenge getting jeans and pants long enough. That length in between long-enough and capris? NOT flattering. (Nor are sequins, on a butt as wide as mine currently is, but that’s okay, this is the shape I need to be at this point in my life.)

  31. That is so funny. I’d never pay $160 for a pair of jeans simply because I’m not THAT in to them. I loved Lee jeans way back when but that’s about as snobby as I got (ho). And you sure have that right – it doesn’t matter how much the jeans cost if the bootie in them looks horrid!!

  32. Mercy says:

    Here, jeans is relatively cheap. They come from America by ship, and we go and buy them by the Coast port. They are like 2 Dollars, and they are super cool! I sometimes go to buy them from the port :)

    Nice post…

    *I had written a long comment, THEEEEN, this site refused to post it. It kept asking me to validate if I am Mercy…Kim, what is going on between us? Have you blocked me cus am skinny? Heehehe…anyway, I guess it was a problem with my internet*
    Love you!

  33. Jenny says:

    I dread buying jeans! I’ve never tried on a pair worth more than $50 and I’ve never spent more than $25 on jeans. My “size” always accentuates how chubby my backside and thighs are and a size bigger slides down and I get the whole muffin top thing happening! Now I wear jeans with a short dress or a long shirt over the top and wear one or two pairs of jeans at a time until they’re dead (holey or torn). Then I begrudgingly shop for another cheap pair. eek!

    I always assumed being skinny would make cheapy shopping easier because most things would look good on…I guess if you’ve got it though you might want to flaunt it in a goooorgeous pair of jeans :)

  34. marie says:

    No, no snobs here. If it looks good I’ll take it. My favorite pair of jeans are from Target. I haven’t been able to fit into them for a few years but I am holding out hope.

    • Kim Sisto-Robinson says:

      I love that your hubs compliments you! Sometimes men forget to do that sort of stuff <3 Xx

  35. Sandy Webb says:

    Yes! A good ass will look great in any pair of jeans. I have been known to pay big bucks for jeans……but I also wear just plain ole Levis a lot. For me it is more about the fit than the price.

  36. Caroline says:

    HA!! I love that the jeans were only $14. Just shows that you don’t need ridiculously priced designer jeans to look good. I’ll admit, I have a few nicer pairs of jeans, but sometimes the cheaper ones are even more comfortable and cute!

  37. Jessica says:

    Ha! That’s pretty funny those jeans she liked were so cheap.

    I’m a big snob when it comes to jeans. I love expensive jeans and have many pairs. But I make up for it by buying really cheap shirts.

  38. Brenda says:

    I guess not. I like what I like label or not, and as you said, it’s about fit. Let’s face it, no woman, regardless of her size 0 or 24 is happy with the body she is slipping into a pair of jeans. The price matters not to the woman desperate to look good.

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