Kim Kardashian in Tag Elements' Brentwood Skinny while out in Miami.
Kim Kardashian Swarmed By Fans Out In Miami.
One of the reasons why we love our jeans so much is that it is comfortable and generally pieced together with functional yet classic details: belt loops, non-obtrusive functional back and front pockets, and the shape-structuring back yoke. Now, imagine if all of those elements came into play within an even more comfortable fabric? Tag Elements is the new knits collection, created by Designer and Owner, Orly Dahan.
DT: What is the inspiration behind the weaving technology? Is it a stronger fabric?
OD: The Elements line is made with double-knit stretch with a special finish, unique to Tag, that form fits comfortably without becoming loose or compromising the shape.
DT: Any celebrities or VIPs wearing Tag Elements?
OD: Celebrity moms including Mel B and Kelly Rutherford are fans of the collection, along with the American Idol finalists, including Crystal Bowersox.
“After working in the premium denim market, we used our knowledge of a perfect-fitting pant and created Tag Elements. The line is favorable for women as the varying silhouettes flatter every shape.” – Orly Dahan
I tried on the bootcut in charcoal gray, and I couldn’t believe how luxurious it felt. It’s actually a fairly slim, straight leg with a slight bootcut opening. They were as comfy as my favorite yoga pants, but dressier. The Tag Elements collection works very well for the svelte figure, with a bootcut option that could work well with most shapes. If you need something cozy to slip into while your fave jeans are being workshopped by Denim Therapy, then I would definitely put Tag Elements on my short list of comfy, sophisticated surrogates.
Pros: Extra stretchy and smooth hand feel. No panty line show!
Cons: Ultra low-rise waistband which can hit awkwardly at the hip bone.
Overall: A great basic wardrobe staple you can wear all day.
Tag Elements can be found online and are also sold in select Bloomingdale’s locations nationwide.
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— Kathy Ng Hassan
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