Check out these awesome collegiate jeans from OCJ

Sometimes, being a moonlighting blogger has its perks. For example, my Twitter following has increased tenfold since I started writing for the Lost Ogle. The subtle pressure of being a blogger for College Fashion ensures that I look awesome before I leave my house. Plus, you know, everyone thinks I’m hilarious. That part is pretty cool too.

The best part of being a part time blogger though, is the cool free swag sent to me on occasion. Sure, I’ve gotten hiking vests and laptop cases and a free bar tab on New Year’s Eve, which are all pretty sweet things–but holy schnikies you guys, this one takes the cake.

A rad company called OCJ Apparel just got the license for OU, and send me a pair of soft, stretchy, skinny, perfect-fitting designer jeans with–get this–OU embroidered on the back pockets. And then I fell in love.

Seriously you guys, I’m not one for selfies, but just take a look at these babies:

The deep denim looks classy and works all year long. The skinny cut makes them perfect to pair with high heels, ballet flats, or everyone’s favorite gameday essential, cowboy boots. I will wear these from everything from tailgates to basketball games to alumni events to just regular casual days. They’re that awesome

Every time I wear them out, I’m flooded with compliments. People want to know where I got them, or if I embroidered them myself. A relatively large number of guys comment on them too, so I know that they must make my backside look good :)

OCJ Apparel jeans come in well–pretty much every college worth tailgating at. They even have a nifty retail locator on their website–check it out here! They make awesome Christmas or graduation presents–and are totally worth the splurge to treat yourself.

Thanks so much OCJ for this awesome gift!

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One Response to Check out these awesome collegiate jeans from OCJ

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