According to the fashion industry it is already the spring. I appreciate the enthusiasm, but it does not feel like springtime just yet! Regardless of the weather, retailers nationwide are rolling out their resort wear collections. Today it is my goal to teach you how to mix spring-like styles into your winter wardrobe, particularly stonewash jeans. Hear me out.
One of the easiest ways to “winter up” a look is to incorporate black. Whether it is in the form of a statement piece or an accent piece, it’ll darken up the mood of the ensemble. For example, white denim with black booties. Or, a blush dress with black stockings. If black is not your jam, consider other dark hues like red or navy. But color isn’t the only way to season-proof an outfit. Texture can have the same affect. Do you remember the burgundy romper from a couple of weeks ago? The fur vest and suede boots were all that it needed.
Today we feature, stonewash jeans commonly referred to as, “summer jeans.” With two key items, a blazer and printed tights, I will transform them into winter wearables. A classic blazer is suitable for wear all year round, but in this case it helps balance out the light hue on my lower half. Printed tights will provide added warmth as well as an edgy vibe. This layering technique will work with all pants, but it is particularly appealing with cropped and/or distressed denim. There is something about that peek-a-boo lace, fishnet, or diamond print.
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Top (40% off with code Take40) | Blazer | Stonewash Jeans | Purse (similar) | Lip Stain – in Always Red | Stockings | Shoes (similar)