I haven’t had that much time to make these 3 different outfits, 1 pair of jeans posts in a little while. It seems to be quite quiet in the denim world at the moment so I am excited to start doing these again! This time I picked a coloured jean and I chose the J Brand 811 skinny jeans in red. I think red is one of the most popular colours when it comes to bright coloured denim and the J Brand pair is perfect, not to mention one of the first on the scene for the Summer season. Buy these jeans online at Shopbop.com for $123.30 or at TrilogyStores.com for ┬ú205.
The first outfit consists of a Topshop cream slubby sweater, Sam Edelman boots, the tote and rings are from Debenhams and the chain necklace is by Dorothy Perkins. I think creams and neutrals work really well with bright coloured jeans because you can keep them the focal point. I think you can pretty much match these accessories and clothes with any coloured jeans (except white because of the sweater) and get away with it. This is my favourite outfit and I think it’s perfect for Fall/Autumn, I love the casual feel it has to it!
This second outfit is a little more smart and features a black blazer, a loose white tee, black ankle boots, a coral ring and red stacked bracelets all from Topshop so it’s definitely in the more affordable range. The most expensive item here is of course the J Brand jeans. I think black, white and red are great colours to pair together because they are all bold and they contrast each other nicely. Each piece will stand out on its own but the outfit will tie together nicely in my opinion.
The last outfit is a more girly ensemble. Again I chose nude and creams because they make the jeans the focal point but I added some extra colour with the scarf. The heels are by Jimmy Choo, the jacket is from Debenhams, the scarf is by Mod Cloth and the bow ring is by ASOS. I think the scarf will give this look a more smarter feel to it but at the same time it does keep it girly because of the heart print. The waterfall blazer is also a nice change to the classic straight cut blazer, I find it’s more feminine.