Are they? It seems that boyfriend and skinny jeans are currently ruling the fashion roost, but I still like my bootcut jeans. And my thrifted military jacket thing. And I liked how my butt looked in my new ebay jeans.
I remember when ‘flared’ jeans first became cool, it was sometime between 1995 and 1996 and I was in 5th or 6th grade. I was happy to try these flared wonders. Before flared jeans, we wore tapered pants. They were pretty horrible. But trends change so quickly, I feel like I barely have time to enjoy them before they’re swept away and replaced with something new.
Now it’s your turn to chime in…are bootcut jeans still ‘in’ or is wearing considered a fashion faux pas?
______ Outfit Details: Top: Ann Taylor LOFT ruffled cotton top, pale lavender, thrifted $3.59 Pants: David Kahn bootcut jeans, gently used from ebay, $5.99 Jacket: Military style blazer, thrifted $4.59 Necklace: swinging cats necklace, from Red Brick North Bracelets: Thrifted and consignment, between $1.99 and $5.99 Shoes: MIA Karmen white + red polka dot espadrille wedge, 6pm.com clearance $15
A big THANK YOU to all my lovely blog friends (and non-blog friends) who chimed in with awesome suggestions on how to style this tunic.
This is just one of the suggestions that you made: wear the tunic with a pair of skinny jeans or leggings, wedges, a bunch of bracelets, and a belt. The other way suggested (worn tucked into a skirt) I will wear another time and post those pictures as well.
This ‘experiment’ turned out really well. Be on the lookout for more posts asking for your stylish input.
stylish tunic outfit with skinny jeans and bracelets BOHO style
stylish tunic outfitstylish tunic outfit with skinny jeans and bracelets BOHO style
Outfit details: Top: embroidered cotton tunic, Victoria’s Secret, old Bottoms: David Kahn super stretchy skinny jeans, ideeli clearance sale $30 Shoes: Lela Rose for Payless wedge, old Jewelry: various bangles and bracelets, thrifted and gifted $8 Bag: Anne Klein patent + zebra tote bag, thrifted $5
Not quite the BOHO look I was hoping for (I didn’t have any fringe), but close nonetheless.
It’s warm outside, flowers are blooming, there’s a blanket of pollen that covers everything and anything, and it’s time to break out light colored (cream/white) dresses! I love this dress because it has a lace top and a sheer, ethereal pleated skirt.
Outfit details: Dress: Pim + Larkin dress, clearance at Piperlime $25 (no longer avail) Jacket: Forever21 tan + white striped ponte blazer, old Shoes:MIA Karmen white + red polka dot espadrille wedge, 6pm.com clearance $15 Necklace: Catherine Popesco, from ebay $25
What about you, dear readers, have you all been breaking out your light colored spring attire yet?
The weather was wonderful yesterday. I am SO ready for spring. I organized my closets (yes, I said closetS) over the weekend and I’m ready to wear my spring clothes, especially dresses. I opted for this maxi dress yesterday but I’m not sure why it makes me look like I have NO neck at all. Oh well.
Outfit details: Dress: Cato geometric print belted maxi dress, thrifted $4.59 Cardigan: Ann Taylor LOFT short sleeve navy cardigan, thrifted $4.59 Jewelry: Pink plastic chunky link necklace, VeryJane.com $12 Shoes: Old Steve Madden t-strap wedge heels, stevemadden.com $17 (clearance)
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you all had a great April Fools day 🙂
I am a tried and true lover of all things nautical themed. These Sole Society wedges remind me very much of that theme, with the blue and white stripes and the knot. I can’t wait for spring… it’s almost here! These Wendi wedges would look great with a solid colored dress or maxi skirt and top.