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Jennifer Garner Slips Into Pine IV Jeans

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Ah, mon chérie. J’taime.

Today’s fashion find is none other than my personal favorite celebrity, Jennifer Garner. A sassy tipster spotted Garner slipping by in a pair of Pine IV Jeans. The green spin is that for each jean sold, the company will make a donation to one of several different conservation organizations who will plant one tree on that customer’s behalf. The program comes at absolutely no cost to the consumer, but you’ll definitely be shilling for the jeans. Each pair sells for a cool $200.

But what’s so great about Pine IV Jeans? Here’s what one reviewer had to say,

“Girls who want great-fitting jeans should check out Pine IV, a line of denim out of Redmond. First, the jeans aren’t too low; they come to just four fingers below the belly button. Second, they’ve got just the right amount of stretch to be comfortable, but they don’t bag out. Finally, they seem, well, accommodating, whether you’ve got a little excess junk in the trunk or an abdomen that isn’t perfectly flat.”

Interested? You can grab a pair here — and Jennifer: Keep wearing the green. I don’t mind telling the world at all.

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