Butt-enhancing Jeans: Do they work?

I’ve been wearing Vickie’s Dirty Nasty Slutty Trampy Little Secret ™ jeans for years. I just decided to try the butt-enhancing ones: http://www2.victoriassecret.com/commerce/application/prodDisplay/?namespace=productDisplay&origin=onlineProductDisplay.jsp&event=display&prnbr=UJ-178625&cgname=OSKEYCLOZZZ&rfnbr=2245

Do they work? I don’t have much of a butt and I’d really like to “fake one in”. I already ordered them (probably should have asked you guys first, huh?).
Has anyone tried them? Are they comfortable? Can you detect the “secret panel”?

I’d imagine that they only work while you’re wearing them anyway. :smiley:

I seem to remember an ex who had a pair of these - I didn’t notice much of a difference, but then again she had respectably firm buttocks to begin with, and I much preferred her other pair of jeans, from Dior Homme.

Another thread title misread. It’s too bad, I was looking forward to reading about the butt-enhancing Jesus…

I haven’t tried the ones from victorias secret but I have tried a few others. I bought one pair of omce leven a long time ago from a place in New Jersey, can’t remember the name, but they had all kinds. I loved those jeans because they fit me well and most of all gave me a bigger butt! I mean it was noticeable, not out of control or anything but I liked the way it looked. Then we moved and I was searching for them on the internet. I found them at http://www.telegaleria.com and bought a couple of pars from them. They were still real nice and I got the same result. Now I can’t find them any more and telegaleria doesn’t have them much. I bought a other pair from telegaleria and it was nice as well but I wish I could find those omce leven jeans.

There are fairly standard sewing techniques that can show the shape to its best advantage. I’m not talking about padding, 'cause I don’t know how that’s done.

The panel above can be made to cinch in the waist, for contrast. The lower seam of that panel can be designed in a curve to accent the curve below.

“Easing in fullness,” an effect you’ve seen at the shoulder-to-sleeve seam of shirts to give a puffiness at the top of the sleeve, can be used at the side seams and especially at the center back seam to form the seat into a slightly pouched shape. The drawing in of the center back seam clearly defines the cleft.

Selective dye changes. You’ve probably seen women’s jeans with an area of slightly lighter color down the center of the thigh. The eye naturally is drawn to the lighter color, and by giving the illusion of a pronounced curve, the thigh seems thinner.

In the jeans at http://www.telegaleria.com the color of the backside is lightened to make it stand out.

Movie star Mae West used the illusion of color to exaggerate her figure in still shots. She had dresses made with a dark section on each side, so that when she was photographed against a dark background her waist appeared smaller.

Wha? I had no idea these existed. Send a pic when you get them :smiley:

Jesus butt-enhancing Christ, that’s exactly what I came in to say!

Kalhoun might have grown a butt by now.

Here a picture of the ones I bought they really work and I like them because they have style.