As a tradition now, we all like to do an outfit styling for each occasion. We did the same for Halloween, New Years Eve and many more. This time it’s Valentines Day! Each of us have created a look inspired by red jeans for the romantic day. There are 3 women’s looks styled by myself, Chanelle and Jennifer and one guys look styled by Jonathan. Let us know which one you like and what you plan on wearing for Valentines Day!
For my Valentines Day look I wanted to keep the colour scheme burgundy, black and cream, which is one of my favourites. I think it looks really classy and makes an outfit so much easier to dress up.
I chose one of my favourite jeans, the Koral Los Angeles Merlot jeans, and paired them with a Marni bow shirt and a Zipper embellished coat. To add some height to the look, but still keep your feet warm, I chose these KG by Kurt Geiger booties and for the accessories, I went with gold because it adds so much warmth! I chose an Oasis glitter hard clutch, a River Island Angel Wing necklace, Z Designs Love rings and a Kismet by Milka Black Diamond Heart Ring.
I wanted to choose a look that was both comfortable and smart for this weeks look, but still with a sense of luxe to it. So I decided to choose the J Brand Suede Leggings in Navy because the shade of blue is right on point and I always enjoyed a pair of blue pants or jeans with tonal stitching.
The pants are paired with a The Row blazer, Jimmy Choo moccasins, Dolce & Gabbana t shirt, and jewelry by Goti, Vanessa Mooney and Werkstatt:Muenchen. I can see many girls wearing this for various events during the weekend, such as out to lunch, friendly dinner, or just hanging out. What do you guys think of this outfit?
It’s been a while since I styled a pair of jeans for the men. For this post I chose the Joe’s Brixton in King because they are a classic blue wash and a fit that are favored by many men already. Being that it is Winter, I wanted to keep everything monochromatic. I chose a navy color scheme instead of the usual black and grey that is seen often, but there is a hint of color in the second look. See both looks below.
This is probably the equivalent to the all black look, but in navy. I also wanted to play around with denim quite a bit and up’d the denim factor by making it a triple denim look. I paired the jeans with a Diesel Black Gold shirt, Diesel Belt, Vintage Shoe Company boots, Jean.Machine jacket, and Rag & Bone cardigan. To keep the look from looking one note and a bit depressing, I added a brown belt and boots to break up all the dark blue.
I added a bit of color to this look with the Henrik Vibskov sweater, but the navy color scheme is still present throughout. The jeans are styled with the same boots as above and a coat by Lardini. I always say a look with a coat is only as good as what is underneath. You are not going to wear a coat all day, so you need something that will still make you look great without it. I find this sweater does just that when it is paired with a simple pair of jeans.
So how many of you are going to choose navy over the usual blacks and greys this season?
We’ve been having some unseasonably warm weather on the East Coast and it has me in the mood for Spring! Keeping the warmer weather in mind and the fact I wanted to do something different for my Weekend Going Out look, I chose these Rag & Bone Mila shorts in gray to style. I really like the gray wash and slight distressing.
However, since it is still January and to keep them weather appropriate, I layered them over a pair of Miss Selfridge black opaque tights. For a top, I chose this leather Chicnova tee shirt because I like that the shape is more casual and the leather gives it a dressier feel, perfect for going out. For the accessories, I wanted a black boot that would look good paired with the tights and I liked the subtle studs on these Giuseppe Zanotti booties. To add some color, I chose this Clare Vivier green clutch, this colorful Iosselliani necklace, and a bold orange ring from Kenneth Jay Lane. I think this look could work equally as well once the weather warms up by skipping the tights and swapping the booties for a pair of sandals or heels.