Year after year us ladies struggle to think of unique yet affordable presents for our husbands, boyfriends or partners at Christmas. You think of something amazing, delicately wrap it with paper and ribbon and place it under the Christmas tree and wait in anticipation of your loved one’s joy when they open it, for them to simply rip off the wrapping, look at the present, give you a vague smile and move onto the latest gadget their best mate has bought them. It’s both disappointing and frustrating.
Well this year opt for a completely different type of gift – why not buy your loved one a pair of designer jeans. Jeans are a fabulous present as they can be worn all year long and are a constant reminder that you bought your loved one a fantastic gift last Christmas.
Although there are literally hundreds of designer brands you can choose jeans from, Voi jeans have some great styles this winter. If your husband or boyfriend loves emblazoned jeans that make a real style statement, the Koeman jeans by Voi would make the ideal gift. These jeans come in dark denim which has been cleverly stonewashed to create a unique colour. To the front, these Voi jeans feature bold embroidery to the thighs in contrasting gold and red threads. The embroidered theme is continued on the rear of the jeans to complete the look. With a million dollar look, these jeans are actually much more affordable than they look this Christmas.
If your husband or boyfriend likes their jeans to have a simpler design, choose the Rudd twisted Voi jeans this Christmas. These jeans come in a faded black denim which gives them a vintage feel. They feature traditionally styled pockets to the front and rear with subtle Voi clothing branding to the rear pocket, rivets and zip. A twisted leg style gives these jeans an understated quirky look that looks great when teamed with a casual t-shirt for an every-day look or when worn with a check shirt for a smarter look.
So whatever your loved one’s style, buy him a pair of Voi jeans this Christmas – guaranteed to put a smile on his face on Christmas morning.