<center>Photos by <a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jason-Knowles-Visual-Artist/149776741726611"><b>Jason K.</b></a></center>
Took these photos earlier this Summer for a Fashion Column called "Get the Look" in Triangle Style magazine. I always have to wait for the issues to come out before posting the full look to my blog. I was lucky enough to have my wonderful fiancé help me with his creative photography.
Boyfriend Jeans are all the rage right now. I can understand why. They are not only already "broken in" as far as distressing goes, but the fit is comfortable as well. Since the cut of a boyfriend jean tends to run a bit on the baggier side, stick to form fitting tops and cropped jackets. This will both complement and balance out the overall silhouette of your finished look. And, to help keep things from becoming too "tomboy" mix in a sweet candy coated pair of heels.
Celebrities seem to clamor over boyfriend jeans as much as the rest of the population. These jeans are actually pretty easy to dress up or down. Bonus, they work for almost every body type and size. If you're petite (like Rachel Bilson) don a sleeveless peplum top and pair them with platform heels or wedges. If you're tall (like Uma Thurman) try a racer back tank top and flat, strappy sandals. Maybe top off with a straw hat or fedora? I'm neither petite nor extremely tall. Standing at five-foot-six and a half (yes, that half is very important!) I kept the jeans cuffed, and opted for sheer accents in wearing a torso grazing camisole and cropped, nude blazer. The accessories ranging from a party perfect turquoise clutch, orange statement necklace and a coral cuff, helped pop against the distressed blue denim and nude basics. The shoes, towering -yet easy to walk in- offer some extra splashes of color; in a subtle manner.
How do you like this look of the day?