How to Wear Colored Jeans
You’ve probably noticed by now that colored jeans are everywhere this season! While you may be thinking, “I could never pull that off!” it is important to understand that this style can be for everyone…if styled the right way. To prevent you from being a walking fashion faux pas this summer, take a few minutes to check out these great tips and ideas for how to wear colored jeans the right way.
When shopping for a pair of colored jeans, you may choose to stick with lighter colors to prevent making a much-too-bold mistake. If you tend to be heavier through the hips and thighs, pair your colored denim with heels or wedges to elongate the leg, and a loose top. Mint green skinnies are a must this season! This pair looks absolutely adorable with a lace peplum top, suede wedges, floral necklace, and a colorblock clutch for a flirty feminine look.
Looking to make a statement? Colored jeans can easily be paired with patterns such as stripes, florals, and polka dots. In fact, patterns add depth and dimension to your look, taking away from those pesky “problem areas” (it’s alright — we all have them!).The tip to mixing and matching without looking like a clown? Don’t over do it! Shy away from mixing too many colors and too many patterns. These red jeans go perfectly with a black and white polka dot tee, white cork wedges, a white fedora, and oversized sunglasses.
Colored jeans can be toned down for the office, too! Pair colored jeans with neutral colors for a professional look, while still telling the world that you are a bonafide fashionista! The key here is to not go too bright, and avoid over-colorblocking. These royal blue (another trending color this spring and summer!) jeans look adorable with a white dolman sleeve blouse, blush colored blazer, and gold bow flats. Add depth to the look with bold accessories like this colorful bib necklace, and you are dressed for a successful day at work!
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