Monday, November 05, 2012

Green Jeans, Three Ways



 

I recently purchased some kelly green jeans, a fall staple I had been searching for all summer. I wear mostly navy blue and love mustard yellow, and I think the bright St. Patty's day green complements both colors really well. Sometimes bright colors can be hard to work around, especially when they are pants, but don't be scared! Pair with neutral tops for a more muted look, or other fun bright colors to stand out in a crowd. I have put together 3 different looks for you with these jeans; a casual Friday office look, a fun weekend daytime look, and a put together, fun evening look.


The first is the casual Friday at the office look. Paired with a nude-colored sweater, charcoal blazer, a fun statement necklace, and comfortable T-strap kitten heels you can look trendy and appropriate all at the same time!





Jeans: Gap here
Sweater: Banana Republic, similar here
Blazer: Bebe (old) similar here
Shoes: Kennith Cole (old) similar here
Necklace: Talbots (sale) similar here



The next look would be perfect for a Sunday brunch, pumpkin picking, a brisk afternoon walk, or watching the football game at your favorite watering hole. The casual ease of this outfit make it so comfortable for your day off while the bold lip, thigh high boots and fun necklace keep you looking fresh with little effort.










Jeans: Gap here
Sweater: Gap here 
Boots: Piperlime.com (old) similar here 
Necklace: Lucky Brand (old) similar here 
Glasses: Urban Outfitters (old) similar here 



This final ensemble is put together enough for going out on a weekend night, but comfortable enough to wear at any time. Fun nude heels dress up this sexy straight leg jean, while a peacock necklace and yellow belt add a pop of unexpected color in addition to your already fab green jeans.  The chambray shirt, in my opinion, is another fall staple, and I plan on showing you how to wear it different ways as well. Enjoy!








Jeans: Gap here
Shirt: Urban Outfitters here 
Necklace: Urban Outfitters (old) similar here 
Shoes: Old, honestly don't remember, similar here 
Belt: Old, honestly don't remember, similar here


Thanks so much for following! I would love to know other ways of how you wear your colored jeans!


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