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6 White Jeans to Wear Before Fall


What, wear white jeans after Labor Day? Absolutely.  For you non-traditionalists out there, white jeans are a welcome relief for the residual hot weather blues.  With just a couple of weeks left before the start of fall, there’s no time like the present to rock white jeans, stay cool and look hot!  After all, they go splendidly with all the fun, colored shoes you’re going to acquire for fall.

1. Rag & Bone/JEAN Hi-Rise Skinny 2. Citizens of Humanity Elson Straight 3. Michael Kors White Denim

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4. MiH Paris Cropped 5. The Row Cropped White Jeans 6. DL1961 Angel Ankle

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—Kathy Ng Hassan

 

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Posted Sep 04 2012 in Denim Fashion

How to Wear Wide Leg Jeans This Weekend, This Summer, This Fall!


Recently, Refinery29 featured three ways to wear wide leg jeans, a great go-to jean to transition from summer to fall.  We know it’s hard to imagine at the moment, through the scorching temperatures, that cooler days are upon us, but it’s true!  These breezy wide hem jeans work well for a casual weekend, or a weekday work outfit; it’s very versatile.  Throw on a blazer, slip on some heels, swap in a colorful blouse.  Just make sure your job allows you to wear jeans on non-Fridays!  What’s great about wide leg jeans is that you can keep wearing them into fall and stretch your denim dollars!  Check out the suggested pairings and see if you can’t personalize it even more with your own accessories and favorite footwear.

Loser TeeGoldsign Seville Wide Leg / Tretorn Canvas Sneaker / Similar: Hat Attack Fedora

How to wear wide leg jeans this weekend, this summer!

 

See more looks at Refinery29.com.


—Kathy Ng Hassan

 

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Posted Aug 17 2012 in Denim Therapy » Denim Tips

Street Style: Summer to Fall Transitional Denim Styles that we love.


As summer comes to a close, we’re having a hard time accepting the fact that we will soon have to retire our beloved denim cutoffs and midriff baring tops. On a brighter note, the fall season is fast approaching, and while we would love to bask in the sun all day, we must admit it feels good to welcome the crisp clean autumn air. Not to mention the return of trench coats, knit sweaters, boots and darker/richer color denim; key essentials that every fall wardrobe needs. But until the time comes for you to make the change, transition your beloved denim high-waisted shorts from summer to fall by pairing it with a pussy bow blouse (as shown below). For cooler days throw on a pair of opaque tights under shorts to keep your legs warm. And if shorts aren’t your thing dress up a pair of your favorite bell bottoms jeans with an ultra cool 70′s ruffled shirt for a retro-chic effect. Who knew seasonal changes could be this easy?!

Images via Eat, Sleep, Denim

Ashlee Mellowes

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Posted Aug 25 2011 in Denim Fashion » Street Style Watch

Street Style: Denim & Pattern Mix


Blogger and bonafide fashionista Jenny Ong always has great denim infused looks with a quaint  flirty charm, and this layered number  is no exception. Her trendy pattern-clash ensemble is perfectly styled with a light wash denim work shirt, which actually helps to anchor the look together by acting as a neutral. Adding fun layers like this together is a great way to keep your wardrobe easily adaptable for those cool, brisk morning into warm afternoon days as we head into spring. Take it a step further by throwing on a colorful chunky piece of jewelry like Jenny’s necklace and a bright bag to really take it to the next level of bold spring style.

For more looks by Jenny Ong check out her Lookbook page and blog.

Sandoval Gomez

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Posted Apr 08 2011 in Denim Fashion » Street Style Watch
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