Megan Fox looks foxy in a pair of distressed True Religion jeans as she runs errands. She keeps the look simple with espadrilles and a tie-dyed tee. Reports say that Megan and her on/off boyfriend Brian Austin Green are having counseling to try and save their relationship. Good for them. Everyone hits a rough patch once in a while.
Images from Justjared.com
I have been spotting a lot of denim shoes lately. I actually have to say I like a specific pair I’ve seen on ASOS, I think they are really cute and will hardly break the bank! What’s your opinion on denim shoes? Crazy or Great? I’m not too fond of the Louis Vuitton denim boots, I quite like some of the heels though, especially the first, second and third pairs, those are pretty. I think the only way you could possibly wear denim shoes is if you are not wearing Jeans, I don’t think the whole denim on denim look will look too great, maybe wearing them with shorts or skirts? How would you blog readers wear them?
British fashion empire Topshop, showed its collection in London fashion week this past week. The collection featured playful prints and colors and lots of denim. Light wash, dark wash, jumpsuits, vests and much more. While this look was based off of British pop culture, it may not convert in the States. The verdict to be seen after Topshop opens in NYC, later this year.
You can see all the runway looks here.
I certainly hope that these denim trends don’t make it across the pond.
Etsy is one of the most amazing sites on the internet. You can spend hours there looking through all the items, and its a great place to showcase your own items if you are an aspiring designer!
Today I found this one. I was shocked by the seamstresses talent and the denim blazer’s beauty. This denim craftsmanship can’t be denied! Doesn’t this look like something you’d see on ShopBop?
This fun blazer is made of two pairs of jeans by House of Spy and Luscious– both very expensive jeans to start with! I used the buttons from one pant as the front closure. The shoulders have what used to be the back pockets (usable)! I maintained the frayed look of the cotton/linen blend Luscious jeans all along the jacket in a symmetric pattern. For a unique look, I stitched the collar down. Everything is carefully topstitched all around in white thread. The inside seams are finished in a variety of blue toned bias plus I stitched skull ribbon along the inside hem.
This will best fit a Large or XL. Indeed, this is the only reason I am parting with it! The model shown usually wears size 10/12. The jacket should fit up to a 43 bust. Let me know if you have sizing questions.