To look at her, you'd never know Jessica Ordona, 25, has a problem with her jeans. "I don't like the fact that when you sit down, your stomach comes over them," she says. A retail specialist with a commercial real estate firm in Bethesda, Maryland, Ordona knows image is part of success. That's why she has been diligent about hitting the gym four to five times a week. But even with all her crunches and lifting, she sometimes experienced denim frustration , CNN reports.
Meanwhile, reported in all the top magazines such as Marie Claire Quote “Fashion victims beware: skinny jeans can actually cause health problems, in particular nerve damage, according to an MSNBC article.” They went on to interview a young woman who loved her Skinny jeans and then noticed “an odd tingly sensation running up and down her thighs.” The young ladies problem was a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica, or ‘tingling thigh syndrome.’
The condition can happen when constant pressure in the case of this young lady from wearing the skin-tight denim which in turn cut off the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, causing a numb, tingling or burning sensation along the thigh.
The symptoms are most commonly experienced among those who wear tight belts or clothing, yet again another reason to buy the wonderful Schultz jeans as they have the Exclusive and Patent Pending Schultz Strap that allows you to wear your jeans in comfort and without restriction or tingling! , Examiner.com reports.
However, Richard Schultz – Designer “With a choice of 6 designer for men and three designs for women there is styles and fit to suit everyone. The boyfriend cut jeans for girls are very poplar with celebrities wearing them all the time and there is growing trend of having large turn ups on them which is the height of fashion. William Rast Jeans worn by Justin Timberlake proves this as he loves big cuffs on his jeans and Schultzjeans look great turned up. Whatever your style Schultz Jeans fit the bill” , Cherry Creek News reports.
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