Skip to comments.Sagz Jeans Launches New Fashion Line Styled By Teens; Features Unique Snap-on Custom Boxer Shorts
Posted on 08/01/2014 9:32:09 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
New York, NY Sagz Urban Wear, LLC, makers of urban influenced casual wear, have begun marketing their newest line of sagging jeans featuring new styles and colors. Subtle design changes will also add to their jeans appeal, say the teenage fashion designers behind the popular clothing line.
Young urban men continue to sag their jeans fashionably low, and our jeans unique snap-on custom boxer shorts offer them worry-free mobility, says company spokesperson George Harris. Three different wearing levels allow for maximum personal expression, with the styling confidence and comfort were famous for.
But an increased swag factor is the key result. This is perhaps his brands greatest contribution to the casual urban fashion scene, Harris adds.
Plus, when youre not having to constantly pull up your pants it allows you more time to do your own thing, he notes. Our design team is the youngest in the industry, and they guide all our fashion decisions with the growing marketplace approval of consumers willing to spend clothing dollars on something of unique appeal.
He and fellow design and marketing experts Tavon James and Yannique Sousa have successfully placed the Sagz label in some of the top department stores and fashion boutiques in urban markets nationwide.
Denim continues to be a mainstay of the fashion industry, with sales totaling an estimated $17 billion worldwide in the past year. In the marketplace since 2011, Sagz Urban Wear has seen its revenues grow in every business quarter despite economic and seasonal cycles, according to the company.
Along with jeans, the company is planning on adding belts, hats, t-shirts, khakis and more to its product line, says Harris.
To learn more about the company and its full fashion collection, visit www.sagzjeans.com.
PRESS CONTACT: Mark Davenport Sagz Jeans firstname.lastname@example.org 973-309-3873
It’s funny watching shows such as “Cops” and seeing perps, self-shackled by their stupid wearing of sagging jeans, trip as they unsuccessfully try to flee from overweight cops. Not a good “fashion” for the young criminal class to wear.
Funny how that dried up...
I saw a guy today dressed like that today, in Sagz jeans, halfway down his a** and he had to be 40. I felt like taking him aside and trying to say something, maybe ....... “Dude.”
Yeah, Wal-Mart was a real zoo today. I asked my checker, a very nice but tired lady named Wanda, ‘Why so much wildlife?’ and she reminded me it was August 1st.
Our adult dependents must get their EBT cards recharged this time of the month.
Oh no, is this like a “dickey” of underpants?
Maximum personal expression? Wouldn’t that be NO undershorts?
“Black News”? Really? C’mon....
That’s the name of the site. Go look.
the “Pants on the Ground” American Idol song seems appropiate for this thread.
They don’t do that anymore. Now they roll up a pantleg in a certain way. One leg means “looking to give” , another means “looking to receive”. Sometimes they’ll do something similar with shirtsleeves.
Shhhhhhh! Don’t tell the kids that. It spares the rest of us from viewing an annoying ‘fashion trend’.