Why you’re going to want Sofia Vergara’s denim line
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Affordable and size-inclusive, this is a collection you're going to want to get your hands on ASAP.
From Kanye's Yeezy collection to Kylie Jenner's collaboration with Adidas, plenty of celebs have turned a hand at creating their own fashion lines. However, not many of them remember that we mere mortals have limited disposable income and don't have the kind of lives that warrant wearing much more than a trusty pair of jeans on a day to day basis. Which is why it's always refreshing when one of them shows us that they understand what it's like to be normal. Albeit, much richer and with much more glamour, but still.
Model and actress Sofia Vergara is one of these rare unicorn celebrities. A firm believer that jeans are one of the most important pieces of clothing every woman owns, the Modern Family star has collaborated with American retail giant Walmart to launch her own denim line.
Rather than create a capsule accessible only to the more elite, Sofia Jeans by Sofia Vergara is a line that is actually realistic for a wider market. In an interview, Vergara claims she felt it was important to create an inclusive line that was budget-friendly as well as fashion-forward and we love her for it.
The collection is made up of almost 100 stylish items and includes jeans, denim jackets, blouses and graphic tees. Jeans are available in sizes 0 to 20, with tops available from XS through to XXXL.
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Vergara has said that her inspiration for a size-inclusive line came from her Latin family because of how diverse all the women are. "That's why we went all the way up to size 20 — to make sure that everybody could find something really, really affordable and sexy and cute," she said.
If that isn't girl power, we don't know what is. Frankly, we're here for it.
Where can you shop the collection?
The Sofia Jeans by Sofia Vergara line is available exclusively through Walmart, meaning that Aussie shoppers will have to use a shipping service like ShopMate to get their hands on it. Given the range of versatile styles and the fact that most pieces retail for between US$15-$30, it's probably worth it.
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