Tuxedo jeans are one of those trends that can seem both exciting and intimidating. How do you wear them without getting dangerously close to the “track pants” look? What’s the best color to buy them in? What kind of shoes do they look good with? Plenty of celebs have taken them on as a wardrobe staple, like Kendall Jenner, who was snapped recently in her Rag & Bone tuxedo jeans. If you’re intrigued by this trend, scroll below for your complete guide to tuxedo jeans shopping & styling.
Perhaps tie-dye still reminds you of a bygone hippie era, but when coupled with the pastel hues running rampant in the denim world, this look makes for a fresh and modern jeans update. Grab a pair, like J Brand’s Tie-Dye Skinny Jeans in light pink, for a statement piece this summer. Struggling with how to wear it? Grays and other pastels pair well with pastel pink (try mint or pale yellow), as do lighter neutrals. Darker colors are a bit harder to incorporate, but you’re safe with black kicks balanced out by similarly shaded accessories–see for yourself below!
What is the best way to take your work outfit and change it up to a nighttime, ready-to-hit-the-town getup? Accessories. We took a basic look that is daytime comfortable and appropriate and showed you how to swap out and mix up the accessories for an easy and timesaving nighttime transition. What are your most relied on staple pieces?
Here’s one classic piece you must have in your wardrobe: the denim workshirt. We love this light wash MOTO Fitted Denim Shirt from Topshop, which looks equally good paired with pastel hues and neutral standbys as it does with bold prints and shocking brights. Try wearing yours with pencil skirts and flats for work, or loose over your favorite pair of colored skinny jeans on the weekend. Check out more of our suggestions below!
We know it can be tough to get comfortable styling items beyond the standard denim jacket and skinny jeans, but it’s refreshing and fun to branch out and work in some silhouettes as the seasons change. We think of long denim skirts as flawless for fall and late summer, but they work just as well for a chilly night on the beach or a midnight stroll on your summer camping trip. Try these four looks!
Today, Sarah’s going to show you how to pair yellow and blue jeans with some of her personal favorite tops and accessories. Since the color trend is only getting bigger, we figure it’s time to pull the last few of you non-believers onto the bandwagon and take off on a summer of super colorful style. Check out how she styles these two pairs of d.brand jeans below.
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Let’s summarize what we’ve learned!
How To Wear Yellow Jeans
Go nautical with a striped white & navy top.
Create high-contrast with a color-wheel friendly yellow & purple combo.
Opt for spring pastels with a white/pink floral top.
How To Wear Blue Jeans
Look 1. Take the color wheel route and go with a bright red t-shirt.
Go neutral with an oatmeal colored sweater.
Mustard yellow and cobalt blue? Match made in heaven.
Which hue do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below, or on facebook!
Can’t leave your favorite denim overalls in your past? We don’t blame you. They can be a super chic way to rock tomboy style and set yourself apart from the standard t-shirt and jeans crowd. Refinery29 has a few ideas for you, from rolled overall shorts to full length numbers you could seriously wear to work.
We’re all about versatility (the very nature of denim, right?), especially when you can re-purpose a look over and over again, to very different results. We’ve picked Hudson’s ‘Chelsea’ Jean and this Dion Lee Cutout Blouse as our starting point, and put together three looks for very different occasions: casual, work, and going out in the evening. Check them out below!
Making a first impression is always the trickiest. That’s why we’ve done the leg work for you and rounded-up some of our favorite denim pieces that will keep you comfortable and confident while in the dating arena. Here are some sure classy denim wins that will nearly guarantee a second date. What look would you sport?