Premium Denim Review: Anoname Jeans

by Jaime on November 16, 2009

I know that right now, with Christmas coming up, you’re interested in what denim brands I think you should get your friends and family.

And with that, I hope you know I’m kidding. But the holidays are coming up very, very fast, and I’m here to give you the ins and outs of brands that you need to learn more about. Especially when those brands are within a price range that’s financially manageable… without losing any of the fabulous traits you want in a pair of premium denim. To be honest, I didn’t think I’d find it.

Until now. Here’s a little background on Anoname:

Anonamé Jeans(pronounced a-NA-nah-mee) is a unique denim line that fills a void in the market – a fashion forward, flattering, contemporary jean that hovers around $100 – $120 retail. Anonamé can be merchandised right next to the ‘it’ premium denim brands of today, and provide customers with a fashion-forward alternative in the form of unique washes and novelty details previously unseen at this price point. They can be an impulse buy jean (because you know a girl can never have too many pairs of jeans!), or a way to invest in a modern trend without spending $200.

As Anonamé enters into its fifth year in business, it has firmly established itself as a denim line that caters to ladies of all ages. Celebrities from MTV’s Lala and Vanessa Minnillo, singers Jojo and Rihanna to Tara Reid and Brooke Shields wear Anonamé styles that all flatter all their different shapes and sizes.

Paris Skinny in Honey: Size 26
Let me start my official review with this: these jeans do NOT feel like they retail for $110.  The denim is soft, comfortable and doesn’t have any of that drier, slightly itchy feel that some denim has. The detailing is exquisite and flattering, actually slimming (which many brands try to do but few succeed at) and truly add to the jeans instead of distracting the wearing from the pair’s pitfalls.
They offer the average range of sizing (it says 25-32, but they do actually run down to a 24), four different fits (Bootcut, Flare, Skinny and Straight Leg) and have a pretty nice selection of washes. But their strength is how fashionable and “trendy” they are while still being wearable and not obnoxious (which, as you know, is a BIG selling point in my book). They have appeal to the younger crowd but are still accessible to pretty much any age range.

 These are worth saving your pennies for two reasons: their figure-flattering, comfortable design and… well, and the fact that it takes far fewer pennies to get there. I want more of these jeans.


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