So dependant was Tanya Logvinsky on her jeans (she buys up to two new pairs a week), she confesses that she accepted a job offer at a Manhattan ad agency after noticing that everyone in the office was wearing denim. Argues Logvinsky, "Each of my jeans are so different, I figured I was covered for every occasion." We understand the whole rebel rock star connection, but since she's an accountant, not Sheryl Crow, we staged an intervention and forced her into some alternatives. Logvinsky's verdict: "With the money I've been spending on jeans, I could revamp my entire wardrobe!"
WEEKEND: "I want to buy this dress today. I'm suddenly sophisticated."
Cardigan, $310, Amo & Bretti; dress, $110, BCBGirls.