This post was sponsored by SiriusSEO on behalf of True Religion, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Those of you that read my blog regularly will know I have a slight obsession with designer jeans. I have almost 20 pairs and always want more, not a lot considering some people have hundreds, but still a large number. Right now, True Religion is having a 25% off sale on many of their womens jeans. They have everything from ripped jeans, bootcut jeans and skinny jeans for women. I'm most partial to skinny jeans but I've created a few looks using different pairs available on their site.
Look #1: First up is a fun outfit with the 'Casey Vintage Coated Dark No Flap Womens Jean' that features an ombre effect. Ombre tops, skirts and dresses have been a trend for the past few seasons so why not take it to the next level and apply it to your jeans. These are definitely a statement piece, so I've styled them to be the centerpiece of the outfit.
Look #2: Coated jeans are another style that I see sticking around for quite a while. They come in all different colors and styles, but I prefer skinny jeans, surprise, surprise. This style, the 'Halle Super Skinny Womens Jean' has a great worn-in feeling and is in the maroon hue that everyone has been into lately (especially me, but I've loved burgundy for years.) I paired this with a printed tank top and a leather jacket, but you could also top it off with a cute cardigan instead if double leather frightens you. When wearing jeans like this I think it's important to embrace the uniqueness and just go for it! Pretend they're just plain denim jeans and go crazy!
Look #3: I promised I wouldn't just feature skinny jeans, so here we have a nice flare, my second favorite style! The 'Charlie Flare Womens Jean' is a really fun 70s style jean in a super light wash. With this style of jean it's really fun to go all out with 70s style, bold graphics or aztec designs to give off that nature-loving vibe. For this look I paired it with a pretty epic knitted coat. Since this is a long coat and the pants are wide legged, you want to be careful about proportions so I would style it with super tall heels to get the length back into your legs. A pointed toe will also help in this instance, although you will only be able to see a peek of it through the jeans. You'll also notice I broke a "rule" and paired navy with brown - but I say anything goes!