Madewell white v-neck pocket t-shirt / Topshop Jamie high waisted jeans / Thread & Supply quilted bomber jacket / Rebecca Minkoff Hudson Moto bag / Adidas Superstar sneakers
I just posted a YouTube video on my channel on how to style a basic tee and skinny jeans three different ways. Sometimes, we get into a rut styling some of our well loved basic pieces. I've shared three different looks on how I rock my t-shirt and skinny jeans for different occasions.
I found myself owning more basic t-shirts in my wardrobe and a good fitting pair of jeans. Since summer is over and fall is here, it's time for me to transition back to my skinny jeans. Here's one of the looks in the video. Click after the jump to see the rest of the outfits and for a quick review on these jeans.
Watch video here:These Topshop high waisted skinny jeans are my current favorite pair. These were the same pair that I bought a few months ago during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. They're also my first pair of high-waisted jeans that I've ever owned. I've previously strayed away from high waisted jeans since it can be a little unflattering in the crotch area. I like how the material doesn't bunch up or wrinkle in said area because no one wants to walk around town highlighting their camel toe.
For reference, I'm 5'1" tall. Finding high waisted jeans can be a bit of a struggle for me. I like how these jeans fits me right off the rack and hem stops right on the ankle. For me, this is the perfect length to pair with sneakers if you want to show a little bit of skin. It also gives me the illusion of longer legs since the hem isn't bunched up at the end.
For this look, I kept it simple with a white tee and and white sneakers. I've accessorized this look with a thick velvet choker necklace to channel my inner cool girl. I can officially say that one of my favorite colors for the fall is olive green. I always tend to gravitate to this color around this time because it's so versatile. I think this why I picked up this quilted bomber jacket in this color.
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