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{how to wear it} 1 Pair of Jeans, 3 Ways

  Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,, 
* This post was sponsored by SiriusSEO on behalf of NYDJ, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Yes, another feature on jeans! What can I say, they're my Fall/Winter wardrobe staple. They can be dressed up or down, and worn to a variety of events. With that in mind, I've decided to style a pair of NYDJ slimming jeans in three different ways. Read on to see how I would wear jeans on a super casual day, to work and a night out.

NYDJ is “The Original Slimming Fit” jean. What does that mean? Well: Their exclusive Lift Tuck Technology is designed to make you look and feel a size smaller. A patented criss-cross panel helps flatten in the front, while lifting and smoothing in the back. Every pair of NYDJs is made to fit exactly the same from the hips through the thighs. Their universal fit makes it simple to get the same flattering fit in every pair you choose - no matter what style. So whether you are buying wide leg jeans or trouser jeans, you'll feel slimmer while being super comfortable. P.S. With these jeans, they recommend buying a size smaller than you normally would! How is that for a confidence boost?

When it comes to jeans (for me), it's the skinnier, the better. That being said, the Ami Super Skinny Knit Jean is right up my alley! It is their slimmest silhouette and is also 90% cotton, which means they are going to be uber comfortable!

First up, our casual look! This is what I would wear on a chilly weekend day. Just throw on a cute pair of flats and a super over-sized sweater (with pockets!!), then you're good to go! You could also add a fun statement necklace or bracelets if you need to run out for errands. Although even without jewelry I would be happy to go anywhere in this outfit.

Next up is a work-appropriate office look for those of us lucky enough to be able to wear jeans to work. The key here is to elevate the jeans with your other pieces. Start with a pair of heels, not too high, to instantly take them from hanging out to professional. Then finish off with a button down and smart blazer!

For a night out, the higher the heel, the better! But you don't want them so high that you can't walk, so tread lightly. If you're headed to a bar it's probably going to be hot, so you want a flowy top with a bit of sex appeal. And you can always stash a sweater or jacket somewhere in case things get chilly. I couldn't decide between two tops, so I've shown both! One is off the shoulder, the other is a barely there embellished camisole.

About Closet Fashionista

Loves to get bargains on clothes and is obsessed with Harry Potter and Disney. By day she is a freelance graphic and web designer. She also has a slight obsession with movies.

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  1. I always have the hardest time finding skinny jeans that actually fit tightly at my ankle. Every pair I have, with the exception of ON Rockstar skinnies are very wide at my ankles. Sometimes I try to fix this problem myself, but honestly, I would much prefer skinny jeans that stayed true to their namesake.
    Chic on the Cheap

  2. I really want to try those jeans out - they sound awesome!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  3. I have the same problem as LyddieGal!!
    Love your second picks, I'd totally wear that outfit ; ) They're ALL great!

  4. Nice ideas, mi favorite is the last one!! :)

  5. So many nice things… <3

  6. Skinny jeans that make me skinny?! Count me in! Great pairings! :-)

  7. Love all the outfits! I always have a hard time finding skinny jeans because I'm so curvy. Thanks for sharing.

    If you have a second, I'd love to hear your thoughts about my most recent blog post. XXOO

  8. I love these looks - that burgundy purse is incredible though! I'm definitely adding it to my wishlist!

    - Deniz

  9. I am also a big fan of skinny jeans, I like them super fitted and with no bunching up please .

    p.s. the work look is so you :)



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