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Tammy the Square Bear in BLANKNYC

Tammy the Square Bear in BLANKNYC

Tammy the Square Bear in BLANKNYC

As a brand, it’s tough to find a niche in this overly saturated denim market, much less taking an already-existing concept and making it your own. BLANKNYC is one of those brands that has kept their own (in both regards) consistently throughout the years and I am definitely impressed. Not only are they a brand that has kept price points down (without sacrificing quality and creativity), but they also have had the best vegan leather collection I have ever seen. I used to be afraid of vegan leather, thinking it wouldn’t ever hold up…but I own a few of these pieces from them now and they are very much like the real thing (both in feel and durability). Here is LashLab™ owner Tammy the Square Bear in BLANKNYC, wearing the Hi Rise Vegan Leather Pants in With Friends. These babies mimic leather pants or leggings with a typical 4-pocket detailing, with a slightly pebbled texture and a special twist: there are some super cute “biker babe” lace-up details below the knee! These are definitely an awesome piece to spruce up any casual outfit with a little dressy edge, just like Tammy did, with a pair of white sneakers and a black sweater.

Shop the BLANKNYC Hi Rise Vegan Leather Pants in With Friends at Zappos here or direct from the brand here!

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I’ve been quite the denim fanatic for several years now, and am happy to apply this passion to something that I can share with others. I am also a graphic designer/web developer and have done design work for two of the biggest designer boutiques in town, which is partly to blame for the 100 plus pairs of jeans I now own in my collection! It always fascinates me how much can be done with the denim fabric alone, and the constant innovations will always keep me hooked.


  1. I saw someone in these today at Trader Joes. it was 86 degrees and she said she was comfortable. I don’t like the idea of shiny pants but in real life these look great. I like the lack of contrast stitching. The girl wearing them was about 95lbs and 5’3″ She wore them with flat loafer mules and a gray crew neck tee. The jeans bunched up in a way that didn’t look baggy or sloppy- just a bit eased up. Very rocker.

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