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Discover the on-trend designs of women's Miss Me jeans. Shop a variety of women's Miss Me jeans including Miss Me skinny jeans....


  • Low rise zip fly stretch jean
  • Slim through the hip and thigh
  • 18" bottom opening
  • Rhinestones and sequins on embroidered back pockets
  • Hand sanding and whiskering details
  • Miss Me label on back

Fabric & Care

  • 73% Cotton, 25% Polyester, 2% Elastane.
  • Machine wash separately in cold water inside out. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Remove promptly. Warm iron if needed.
  • Made in China


You’ve heard of cankles, right? That’s where you have heavy calves and thick ankles that - -instead of tapering in at the ankles – seem to be one continuous, heavy leg.

Women who have thick ankles find that it's not an easy body flaw to disguise, but it's not impossible.

Things like fluid retention and weight gain as we age contribute to the appearance of cankles. Although weight loss, exercise and even plastic surgery can reduce cankles, there are ways to camouflage their appearance while you are in the process of losing them permanently.

Here’s how to dress for cankles:

Wear pants. Do opt for pants whenever possible and make sure they aren’t tapered (leggings and skinny jeans are difficult to pull off with cankles.) A pant that falls in a straight line from the hip (not too fitted, not too wide) is the most flattering. A slight bootcut jean is a good choice for women who have wider hips: it balances out the proportions.

Skip cropped pants. Avoid cropped pants that end at the ankle; it’s a difficult look to pull off with cankles because it highlights the problem area.  Capris and Bermuda shorts can work if they end at or right below the knee.The idea is to have the hem of shorts end at the smallest/thinnest part of your leg (which is often the knee area.)

Love some tall boots! Tall boots were made for women with cankles. If you want to look long and lean, opt for leggings or slim jeans with a tunic, tucked in to tall boots. Many stores – like - -have boots made especially for wide calves if traditional boots don’t work. Avoid booties which will draw attention to heavy cankles.

Find the narrowest part of your leg. Skirts and dresses should have a hemline that ends at the narrowest part of your leg; for most women that’s in the knee area (either right above or below the knee.) Avoid ruffled or embellished hems that draw the eye downward. A tapered skirt -- such as a fitted pencil skirt -- can accent your curves and draw the eye up away from the bottom part of your leg. Just make sure the skirt hem ends at the slimmest part of the leg.

Go monochromatic. Skirts and dresses look sleekest with legwear (hose or tights) in the same color as the shoe. Even sleeker? A skirt/dress in the same color as the legwear and shoe. Why do you think all black is such a popular option? It's impossible not to look longer and leaner in all black.

Avoid ankle straps. Skip shoes that have lacing or straps that go around the ankle and opt for looks with no emphasis on the ankle area.

Get high heels. The most flattering shoes have a heel or wedge that elongate the foot and gives your leg a slimmer look. Look for substantial heels -- as opposed to spike or stilettos.

Go chunky. Chunky-heeled shoes are especially flattering because they balance out heavy cankles.

Focus on top. One of the easiest fashion tricks: distraction. Draw the eye up with bold jewelry, striking prints, eye-catching colors or an alluring neckline. Keep all of the focus on your face -- impeccable makeup -- and hair to keep the eye from traveling down to problem areas.

Decorate it. Of course, there’s always the fashion theory that says “If you can’t hide it, decorate it.” Wear an ankle bracelet or tattoo your cankles and show them off with pride.
Channel your inner Brigitte Bardot this fall and top off your look with a floppy felt hat. It’s officially the time of year that layering is a must and we all look for chic ways to keep warm. Toasty as the gear may be, you don’t want to spend the next few months feeling as though you’re suiting up for a ski trip rather than going to work or out to dinner!

As much as we love beanies (and they are definitely a mainstay to stock up on this winter!), ‘tis the season to step out of your comfort zone a bit and try this fall trend when you prepare to dress for the cold. With floppy hats, opt for fall hues, but don’t always stick to basic black. Deep burgundy, navy, and camel are all great ways to bring a pop of color into your wardrobe without going overboard.

Beloved by designers like Yves Saint Laurent, this refined bohemian accessory is a great way to have fun with fashion while remaining classic and understated. As inspired to try a floppy felt hat as we are? Here are 19 styles you can shop right now.

What is your favorite hat style to keep you warm as the temperature drops? Let us know below!
Is the cold weather bringing you down? Already bored with everything you have in your closet? We have just the thing to inject some new life into your wardrobe (and mood!) with just the click of your heels. Two words: whimsical shoes!

Nearly everyone is hopping on the emoji bandwagon (and we are definitely not complaining!), but whimsical designs on flats are certainly nothing new. Personally, they will always remind me of my childhood, slipping on my mother’s endless collection of Stubbs & Wootton smoking slippers, waiting for the day that they would fit my adolescent feet. Though that day has come and gone, I have recently rediscovered my old favorite flats trend, as designers are creating the most awesome whimsical flats in every style and color of the rainbow.
With words, letters, and icons, nothing is off-limits for this preppy, fun flats trend. These Jonathan Saunders sneakers that Sophia spotted on Tuesday are definitely on my wish list. Can’t wait to slip your feet into some awesome, whimsical flats? Shop the below favorites to instantly lift your mood!

Yes, she's an Oscar winning actress. And a successful Hollywood producer (thank her for Gone Girl). And she brought pink-loving, undercover scholar Elle Woods and the sweater vest sporting Tracy Flick into our lives. But right now, I want to talk about Reese Witherspoon and her STELLAR sartorial game. The multi-hyphenate has been absolutely killing it in designer dresses at fancy CFDA/Vogue affairs and movie premieres. Reese wears color with aplomb, the prettiest prints and loves a wide-brimmed hat—and you know what? They ALWAYS work. So, for her 24-7 wardrobe skills, Reese Witherspoon is our Glamour Style Icon of the Week. And so, here are the 8 style lessons every woman can learn from Reese:

1. Don't Underestimate The Power of The Bombshell Dress: Reese honored Matthew McConaughey at the American Cinematheque Awards and looked Old Hollywood glam in the process—thanks to her floral-paneled curve-hugging gown by Prabal Gurung, glam Veronica Lake waves, and a perfect red lip.

2. Neatness Counts: For a visit to her local beauty salon, Reese looked flawless in a white collared navy lace embroidered sweater matched with an A-line skirt and teal Manolo Blahnik pumps. Neat, put-together and just about perfect (but not stuffy!).

3. Embrace A Pretty Print: For the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund luncheon at the Chateau Marmont, Reese chose a pretty frock designed by Oscar de la Renta, who had just passed. It was a sweet way to honor him without words—the designer served as a CFDA president twice.

4. Jeans Can Be Totally Flirty and Feminine: For another errand run, Reese kept it casual, but elegant in a floral Tory Burch sweater, skinny jeans, those Manolos, and a Lanvin bowling bags.

5. Surprise 'Em Every Now And Again With a Sexy Look: Hello. For the London premiere of her film, The Wild, Reese stunned in a Stella McCartney gown with contrasting lace, sheer, and animal-print paneling. Because this look is out of her sartorial style box it's equally refreshing and she doesn't need to bare all that much skin to look completely, well, hot.

5. Find The Ideal Dress Silhouette for You: While Reese rocks a pencil or tulip skirt wonderfully, the A-line is her best silhouette. And she rocks it time and again. Case in point: this printed fit-and-flare Tanya Taylor dress, Gianvito Rossi heels, and her trusty plush Lanvin bowler is ideal for a daytime shopping outing.

6. Rock The Power Dress: Remember the time Reese showed us how to wear a little lace dress in the fall? Although we'd wear this red and black embroidered look by Dolce & Gabbana any time of the year. It's bold, feminine, but still authoritative.

7. Have a Go-To Travel Look: Then, of course, her chicer-than-chic (but so easy) airport outfit: a blazer layered over a soft gray sweater with skinny jeans and sexy stiletto pumps (because why not?). And a pretty solid argument for jumping on the wide brimmed hat trend this season. It's not impossible to travel in style…you just need to be prepared.

What do you think of Reese' style? Do you find these rules helpful?
As the temperature dips, most of our mornings read as follows. We wake up, agonize over what to wear for the day, finally come up with some ensemble and then cover it with a coat—but really, don't you just want to hang out in your bathrobe all day? Us too (sometimes, we do, ok?). Well, here's a solution for you comfort seekers!

Today’s fall outfit inspiration comes in the form of a robe coat. Not only is the style beautiful and chic, but the transitional power of effortless draping and tailored belting is unbeatable. This coat trend is the easiest way to master our favorite “I just threw this thing on and look totally amazing” dressing trick.

Most robe coats are designed with a matching belt, though some are not. Regardless, I suggest you mix-and-match belts as you like. Whether it’s a fabric tie belt, ribbon, or traditional waist-belt from your closet, it’s a fun styling trick that turns your favorite coat into a million-in-one!

Having been past runway favorites of Altuzarra, Chloe, and Michael Kors, it’s clear we have not been led astray. Shop the great robe coats below and see for yourself!

With a new season comes a new wardrobe, right? We wish. Very few of us have the bank balance to support a full-on closet swap four times a year. Instead, lightly update your fall wears by adding one or two key pieces that will stand out and freshen up your existing ensembles. Here, we’ve outlined nine essential trends perfect for this transitional time. You don’t need to spend a fortune to look like one.
Hal Rubenstein "Nicole" Double-Breasted Jacket.

Mad for Plaid

Before your mind wanders into ‘90s grunge territory or your Dad’s workwear shirts, think of plaid in structured silhouettes, luxe fabrics, and deep, contrasting colors. This season’s plaid is big, bold and bad to the bone. (In a good way, of course.) Pair with your cable-knits and nubby sweaters for a cool and collected look.
Stories... by Kelly Osbourne Quilted Biker Jacket

Quilt Pro Quo

Contrary to public opinion, quilted patterns aren’t just for bedding and the inside lining of down jackets. The padded detail brings dimension to your overall look as well as another layer of warmth. Sure, it may add bulk, but in these chilly temps, is that necessarily a bad thing ?

Steven by Steve Madden "Earla" Leather Bootie

Booties Rockin’ Everywhere

It’s time to store away those combat boots and slide your toes into fall’s footwear MVP: the ankle boot. Whether it’s a stiletto, thick heel, or Chelsea boot, these babies will anchor any brisk-weather outfit just right (your everyday leggings-and-sweater uniform included).

MarlaWynne Ottoman Stitch Duster-Length Open-Front Vest

Vested Interest

Meet your new best friend: the oversized vest. The ultimate fall essential, this borrowed-from-the boys staple is the perfect layering piece for transitional weather. Play with its proportions by pairing it with either leggings or cropped trousers. Even better, a structured, tailored iteration can take you from day to night, without missing a beat.

G by Giuliana Blouse with Ruched Sleeve

Animal Instincts

Leopard prints are undoubtedly fierce. This season, however, ferocity gets the ladylike treatment with animal prints in ‘50s silhouettes. It’s all class and sass in spotted A-line skirts and cardigans. Better yet, take this sweet-yet-sexy combo to new heights by doubling up on the prints. You can’t be tamed, after all.

Obsessed with these latest fall trends?