February 9, 2015

Boyfriend Jeans

Creative title, right?
I've always thought that I couldn't pull off the boyfriend jean, so I avoided them at all costs.
Well, I think I was wrong. The key to this relaxed denim look is proportion. To balance out a baggier bottom half, wear a more fitted top and these jeans can go from frump-tastic to fab in seconds.

I love the casual look of these destroyed jeans. I cuffed them for a more polished look.

I paired my baggy jeans with a tucked-in, slim, but not too tight, fitting shirt for balance and added a belt so my loops weren't bare.

The mustard colored cardigan is great for some color and pairs nicely with the navy accents on my shirt.

This long charm necklace adds some interest to this not-so-detailed look.

Another color is in the mix with these olive pointed-toe flats. They're ladylike and dainty from the front, with a tiny bit of edge from the studs in the back.

Cardigan: Forever21 *similar
Top: Apricot Lane Boutique *similar
Jeans: American Eagle *similar
Belt: American Eagle *similar
Necklace: RunwaySeven Boutique *similar
Flats: Target *similar

Snazzy shoes, baggy jeans, and messy buns,

PS-Stay tuned for a fun Valentine's Day themed look on Wednesday!

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1 comment:

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