Although it is said that diamonds are the best friends of women, in these economic situations we have to say that jeans are the best friends of women provided they know how to wear them. In order to make sure that you get your look right every time, there are some tips that you could use.
It doesn’t matter whether you borrow them or they are your own, when it comes to wearing boyfriend jeans you should have a wide elastic belt that ensures the jeans will stay on your hips. Match the jeans with a fitted sporty top to create some balance.
Straight leg jeans and heels
For a chic look, roll up the jeans to your ankle. This way you will be able to show off your high heels. In order to create the perfect look, add a shirt to the ensemble as well, preferably in a bright color. If the weather is chilly, you might also throw in a blazer of a darker color.
You think we won’t be seeing high-waist jeans in the fall! Then think again. To rock this style during the cold season as well you should think about adopting the style of the ‘70s: tuck your blouse in your jeans just like Claudia Schiffer. Another tip that you could use is to keep your style basic and play up your look with a bright bag.
The chambray tops and skinny jeans are a trademark of summer, but you can wear them in the fall as well if you add some color to the look. Think about a coral cardi and a statement bag to turn your simple and basic outfit into something more special.
Light skinny jeans
In this case you should follow the lead of Stella McCartney: in order to achieve transition from the warm to the cold season she wrapped the fabric tie of the platforms over the jeans. This way you can be sure that the straps will stay as you want them to and you will be able to use your shoes for a longer period of time.
Cropped black jeans
These jeans are perfect for the occasions that aren’t too elegant, but that call for something more special. For these jeans all you need is a plaid shirt and some ballet flats. You can achieve a simple yet elegant look with minimal effort.