JEANS OVER HEELS


 If you know me you probably don't have to think twice to guess which are my favorite type of jeans. I'm the kind of person for skinny JEANS (for casual everyday outfits) or for the the opposite the wide leg for days when I just feel the need of that extra touch of style. Lately after owning skinnies in various styles and then experiment with flare and bell bottoms I was searching the NEW ones that will take the best from both styles, after months I found something and after I try them realize they have just what I was searching- skinny from the top to the mid calf with a not too dramatically still noticeable wider leg, wider just enough to cover the shoe and make that statement sloppy loose end that it's noticeable if you look on the side but it still keeps that normal touch in the front.. I did have marvelous bell bottoms which I still love wearing, but these, even they look like every simple bell bottom have something special maybe the trick stands on a bit longer bottom which makes a wrinkled heel coverage that makes the jeans look so cool.


flare jeans- rifle / leather brown belt- vintage / wedge boots- zara / olive green shirt- h&m / black t-shirt- t by Alexander Wang / watch -Michael Kors / sunglasses- celine

21 comments:

  1. Casual and chic look. Love your skinnies. They look pretty rad <3

    xx

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  2. Oh God, I literally hate jeans over heals! I swear you are the only person I've seen that can rock that. Seriously. You make me want to rock that. Amazing look x

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    1. NO, REALLY? I just love wearing jeans this untypical way..
      Thanks, minnie!!

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  3. thanks :) you look great ! :>

    peace cheese

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  4. this looks so cool! love this look!
    xx

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  5. Great look. Love your jacket.=)

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  7. Love the jacket!

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