Two Ways I’ve Been Wearing These Tie-Dye Jeans

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MY OUTFIT:

Weekday Sunglasses

(old) Marks & Spencer Lilac Blazer

(old) DVF Shirt

(old) J Brand Tie-Dye Jeans

Topshop Sandals

 


 

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MY OUTFIT:

Weekday Sunglasses & Tank Top

(old) J Brand Jeans

Teva Sandals

 

This Summer I pulled out my old tie-dye J Brand jeans from the depths of my wardrobe and feel in love with them all over again. Not that I ever fell out of love with them we just needed some time before we collaborated once again. Here are two ways I styled them; the first look I combined them with my lime green shirt, lilac blazer and strappy sandals. This was a colourful yet structured way to bring structure to these black and white jeans, whilst my “90s dad” style sunglasses kept the look grounded, with their laid back vibe. Talking of laid back vibes and onto the second look. I wore this for a family afternoon out  to a local steam rally yep a steam rally, you may not think that’s my kind of thing but it’s local, the kids love it and it is what you decide to make of it, right?! I wore the Tie-Dye jeans with a simple fitted tank top and just my Teva sandals. It was simple, comfortable yet had an appeal about it that felt a little different for me and I wanted to capture that.

 

Anyway I hope you enjoy today’s looks.

Sending you love and light,

Daniella x

 

 

 

 


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