Thank you for including me in your challenge, so fun to see all the different ways to dress up some jeans. And Trina did it again: I always look forward to your challenges, not only considering what to submit, but to see the many lovely interpretations by everyone else. Wear a colored jean for a bold, stylish look. You are right Sylvia.
PS Just bought some bright pink jeans and was very tempted by some floral trousers! Why ditch that top? It looks good and will be a great layering top as well…. At least you have a willing photographer Lorraine…. You are right Sylvia. I will try it with some other things. What a fun challenge — all of the outfits look great! Since I work from home, this formula is my uniform most days. Next week there is another mini dressing challenge see details in this article.
I hope you join! Sylvia, I was so excited to see you and your hat pop up on Hat Attack. Casual and hip are the perfect words to describe your outfit. Your wear your hat with great confidence and I enjoyed viewing the bloggers who contributed to your challenge. Thank you for sharing with Hat Attack! And tell him to keep his comments to himself! Does he dislike all hats? Would he be willing to try wearing a hat?
And no he would not. You know what Judith? I think we still need to make that trip down to Colorado one day so he can actually see how glorious you look wearing hats!
I mentioned that I want to wear more hats as I get older also because my hair is not getting any better and I love how hats cover up a bad hair day! He did not like the idea. On the other hand my hairdresser DID like my hat today wore it again with another outfit.
He does not think they suit me and many others for that matter. These are such fun, Sylvia. I always look forward to your challenges, not only considering what to submit, but to see the many lovely interpretations by everyone else.
Thank you for hosting and for sharing your great outfits, of course. That color block top is so perfect — casual yet dressy. Yes casual yet dressy. Just the way I like it! Thank you so much for taking part. Looking great as usual! I am just an ordinary woman trying to learn about style so I feel at a disadvantage here!
Believe me there a lot of non-bloggers reading these articles and getting inspiration from it. You inspire them just as much or even more than us bloggers. I try hard to involve the non-blogging readers but most of them prefer to sit back and enjoy the articles and photos. To that end I also setup the Casual Style Challenge contest to get more women involved. That is easier as it just involves pinning.
Not sure I will succeed though. Why not invite your friends? I will continue to invite everyone to join in too. When you put it like that……. Oh goodie goodie, all my favourites joined. Love the hat with it. Wear it when your husband is not around. Alice already knows I totallt love this outfit of her. Lorraine, what a pleasant surprise to see you in so many good casual outfits.
Did you change every time into something new? As the sun and the leaves in four pictures seem to be the same. If that is so, be thankful to Nick.. Daenel is a new kid on the block for me. Love how she loves colour and especially love her kimono.
I always love kimonos. Laura is cool in these blues. Is it coincidence or art that she has this blue painting behind her? Ana always looks great. And these combinations are all beautiful. I especially like the top with the red stripes something I will never try and the cream sleeveless top. The wardrobe mistress is wearing the colours of the Dutch flag. And Trina did it again: Trina I am a fan of this combination: I am sure to join in the next challenge with a jacket.
Yes, I have to make the most of him when I have his attention! It will be good to see you in the challenge, even if you are also a style blogger!
I love your top — it looks amazing — really stylish with the jeans. Fabulous collection of lovely ladies looking stylish. The enduring style of Audrey Hepburn. How to wear Jeans with a special top — the ultimate inspiration guide by Sylvia. Thanks for your submission Kay! I hope you join the next mini challenge Alyssa! Yes that is what I prefer to. Go for black or another neutral for a classic look, while a bright shoe can add a bold touch.
Wear a pair of flats for simple elegance. A nice pair of flats is a classic way to look pulled together. Choose ballet flats for a feminine look or boat shoes for a dash of vintage style. Wear a crew-neck sweater with straight-leg jeans and a pair of boat shoes for a classically preppy look.
Choose a bold shoe to make your outfit pop. If you have dark jeans and a dressy top in a neutral color, consider a bright shoe, like a red pump or a crocodile skin flat, to add a chic twist to your outfit.
Try an ankle-high fashion boot for a modern look. Leather boots have a naturally sophisticated look, and ankle-length boots have become especially popular in recent years. Ankle-length boots work well with nearly any cut, from the classic boot-cut to the more modern skinny leg. Choose a knee-high fashion boot to dress up snug skinny jeans.
Knee-high boots can also look trendy, and if paired with a dark jean and a nice blouse, they can make an outfit look city chic. Pair these boots with a snug skinny jean and zip the boot up over your jean. Wearing these boots beneath your jeans defeats the purpose of having a boot with such a tall height. Opt for a conservative pair of loafers for the office. Instead of getting too casual with your shoes on casual Fridays, keep your footwear professional.
Stick with high quality leather loafers to add structure and professionalism to your jeans. An Oxford shirt paired with dark-wash, straight-leg jeans and a pair of leather loafers is the perfect blend between laid-back and dressy for an informal work meeting or a dinner with friends.
Experiment with shoe clips to add extra glam to your look. These look like barrettes for your shoes, and they provide a quick, easy way of dressing up an otherwise simple pair of flats. Try wearing a plain black shirt and a pair of slim-leg jeans to really show off your sparkly shoe clips. Throw on a fashion scarf to dress up a plain top. A silk or satin fashion scarf in a bright, bold color dresses up your jeans for a number of occasions. You can wear one with a button-down shirt to dress up your jeans for the office, or you can wear one with a fitted t-shirt to dress up your jeans for the weekend.
Wear a belt to add structure to your outfit. A nice belt can be just the thing you need to bump up your ensemble from casual to chic. Look for a nice leather belt, but don't be afraid of an eye-catching belt buckle.
Tuck in your shirt for extra polish. Opt for pearls to create a classic, conservative look. Pearls are the ultimate in timeless sophistication. A simple strand of pearls around your neck or subdued pearl post earrings can even make jeans look dressy. Throw a colorful bag over your shoulder for a fun, playful look. Like colorful necklaces and bracelets, this style element can help transform your outfit into a semi-dressy ensemble for a night out with friends. It may not, however, work for the office or a more demanding occasion.
Carry a leather satchel for a masculine look. Carrying a leather bag instantly makes you look like you're going somewhere important. Look for a bag in well-made leather, with quality hardware and seams to make sure it lasts. Make your business-casual look seem even more pulled-together by adding a rich camel leather bag to your tucked-in Oxford and dark boot-cut jeans. Choose a smaller, more subtle purse for dressier occasions.
For a romantic date or an evening function, consider a clutch or other small purse that hangs off a delicate strap. Smaller purses naturally look a little dressier than larger purses, especially in a neutral color like black or brown.
Dress up your appearance using cosmetics if you wear makeup. For an classic look that's not overwhelming, focus on one feature and play it up. Wear a bold shade of lipstick or give yourself smoky eyes, then keep the rest of your look simple.
Try a chunky, colorful necklace or bangle bracelets for a night out. These may not make your outfit look more professional, but a colorful piece of jewelry may help transform it for a night out with friends. When paired with a lighter pair of jeans or jeans with a dress, moccasins go great. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 9. I would be very cautious with jeans in an interview, even for childcare. I would stick with dress pants. Not Helpful 3 Helpful 8. Most people would probably say no.
Generally there is no point adding pants underneath a dress that is already covering most of your legs. A short or knee-length dress would work better, or even a high-low dress that is short in the front and long in the back. Not Helpful 4 Helpful 9. Which accessories would look good if I'm wearing black jeans, a white shirt, and a blazer? A black bangle bracelet, or a black necklace, something black.
Black goes best because it will contrast with the shirt. Not Helpful 1 Helpful 3. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Quick Summary To dress up jeans, start by picking out a well-fitting pair of jeans without holes or stains, and opt for darker colors in a straight or boot cut. Did this summary help you? Article Info Featured Article Categories: Featured Articles Jeans In other languages: Did this article help you?
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