With jeans getting hotter than ever, brands are looking for a way to keep up with the trend.
Now, it seems purple brand is a good candidate for that.
Purple brand was launched in 2009 by a woman named Emily M. Hirsch, who started her company in a closet in her home.
Hessler has since built a loyal following among consumers who prefer black, navy and gray jeans.
Hirsch, a mom of two, says her jeans are made with the same quality as those made by the brands she owns.
She says her company is focused on keeping her products as affordable as possible.
But some of her customers aren’t happy about the company’s prices, calling them ridiculous and claiming they’re overpriced.
The company, which also makes men’s and women’s jeans, sells for $250, $150 and $100, respectively, depending on the color.
The prices are so expensive that many of the jeans have been on sale on Amazon for as little as $10.
Humble jeans, like purple brand, are available in a wide range of styles.
The pants come in a variety of sizes, from the slim to the large.
Humble is available in men’s, women’s and kids’ styles, as well as in skinny jeans.
The brand sells jeans at a variety, from $150 to $250.
Hushis price tag has increased recently because she has been getting more inquiries from customers, including ones from the Middle East.
The brand also sells other products, including pants, shirts and socks.
The Huffington Post has reached out to Hirsch for comment.