Monday, 8 August 2016

STYLING: 90's Denim

 
LOOK 1: Blouse: Zara | Jeans: Zara (similar) | Sunglasses: Prada | Boots: Zara (similar)
 
I can often find that baggy clothes look a bit, well, frumpy on me. I do not have the best figure but I do prefer more fitted clothes.. Topshop Leigh Jeans being my absolute fav. But, there are a few tricks I have to styling the more baggy of clothes. In this post I've (tried) to style some baggy, three quarter jeans, the white-wash-nineties styled type... here goes.

Above is my first look, I find that if the bottom half is baggy, then baggy at the top balances it all out. So I've worn a loose fitted stripped shirt from Zara, Its quite fitted around the shoulders but loose around the bottom. Tucking it in the front so it displays the jeans a little more and turning them up at the very bottom adds to the look. To keep it light and airy, I added some light tan boots - this look is something I would honestly wear throughout summer, even adding a leather jacket to bring it into Autumn in a few weeks..

LOOK 2: Coat: Dorothy Perkins (similar) | Jeans: Zara (similar) | Heels: Matalan (similar)
 
 For more of a smart look, I've paired the jeans with a fitted coat and some heels. This coat was actually stolen from my mums wardrobe.. well she said she didn't like it anymore and I'm always open to charity. Although you can't see in the photo, I did wear a white blouse that finished just above the waist line. I feel light denim for more of an occasion, looks lovely alongside nude tones, the heels in the photo are extremely old but very well loved - pointy nude heels never go out of fashion...
 
LOOK 3: Top: Next (similar) | Jeans: Zara (similar) | Sandals: Primark (similar) | Sunglasses: Prada
 
 Finally is a more casual, slouchy summer look. I've paired the jeans with some strappy brown sandals and a crochet style top. This look would be woren more for some shopping or light errands on a summers day.. Its all loose fitted and comfortable fashion, something that is needed for me on those lazy Sundays were things need to be done, but you can't be bothered dressing up properly..
 
 I hope you liked my styling of 90's denim!
 
 x

SHARE:

10 comments

  1. Ooh I love the third outfit!! Your top is so cute! Also what are you saying, your figure is so nice!!! I really like 'boyfriend' style jeans which tbh I didn't think I would, as I literally lived in skinny jeans haha! However I really wanted to get some ripped ones to be a bit more edgy (lol) and finally found some that I loved. Amazing post as per lovely <3 xxx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Aw thank you thank you thank you! I always seem to shy away from jeans that are too baggy, these types are some I can't just throw on because not everything goes with them - if a top is too baggy I look so frumpy! I try the 'edgy' look sometimes but I don't think anyone is ever convinced hahaha xxx

      Delete
  2. All of the outfits are so lovely! My favourite is probably number 2, great post xx
    www.blossomofhope.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ah thanks! - I really do love my nude heels in photo number 2, but omg they kill me feet so much! xx

      Delete
  3. These are all such gorge looks! I'm most obsessed with the middle one - you look SO chic! And I'm loving the sandals in the last look. Just everything haha. I love your style!

    Kelly // Velvet and Vibranium

    ReplyDelete
  4. Loving the heels with this outfit! You wouldn't think they were from Matalan too.


    Laura x
    www.laurahadley.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! I know, You can find some real hidden gems from cheaper brands sometimes!!

      Delete
  5. I absolutely love the first and second outfit, perfect for summer! Ps, those jeans are something I need in my wardrobe haha!
    Also, I am so glad I am not the only one who steals their mom's clothes sometimes haha!

    https://reetlonari.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thankssss! Haha I'm forever looking through my mums wardrobe when I run out of things to wear from mine! x

      Delete

Blogger Template Created by pipdig