I've been on the hunt for a good boyfriend jean for several month now. You wouldn't think it would be so hard to do, but it turns out I'm pretty picky pants. The pockets have to be plain as well as a certain size and shape. I don't like too much shading or whiskering on the front and the wash had to be a certain hue. I know a lot of people like the destroyed boyfriend jean look and it looks good on most people, but I'm not a fan of pre-destroyed denim for myself. I should've known I would ended up finding my perfect pair at Gap, one of my favorite places to purchase jeans. And since I got them at the Gap Friends & Family sale, I got them for a steal of a price!
I kept this look easy with an old comfy tee from my wardrobe archives and a cozy striped jacket. The low white ankle strap heels were the perfect way too add a bit of chic without taking away from the comfort level.
Playing up the orange and coral hues in the design of the tee, I accented the look with my new favorite coral cuff that INPink sent me. This piece is one of my most complimented pieces in recent history--love it!
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I also added my favorite orange lipstick and dusted off my colorblock tote.
I'm still playing favorites with my rose gold nameplate necklace and this Danielle Stevens necklace--they just layer together so well!
Aviator sunglasses - Chloe via Poshmark | Orange lips - Revlon in Siren | Musical instrument tee - Old American Eagle | Rose gold nameplate necklace - Best Personalized Jewelry | Enamel drop necklace - Danielle Stevens via Cusp | Striped jacket - Ann Taylor Loft via clothing swap | Coral chunky stone cuff - c/o INPink | Boyfriend jeans - Gap 1969 | Rose gold watch - Michael Kors | Color block tote - Street Level via Little Black Bag | White ankle strap pointed pumps - ASOS
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