I Haven’t Forgotten Skinny Jeans


It’s a no brainer that denim is a trend and a staple that will be around forever. We’ve seen from the most ground breaking of details and cuts like patches and frayed hems to the shockingly flattering silhouettes like mom jeans. With all these new and exciting styles to wear your jeans I always feel secure going back to my simple skinny jeans. Super wide legs will eventually fall out and maybe back in our interests a few times but a good tight fitted jean will last a lifetime, I believe. I’ts almost hard to believe there was a time we weren’t wearing them. I prefer a high waist dark denim styled with a classic white shirt.

In this look I wore my jeans with a shirt dress to show the versatility of something so basic as a pair of jeans. I chose gold hardware accessories to brighten up the dark look. Ballet flats would make a great alternative to the pumps for comfort. Add on a faux fur gilet for a colder climate.


Shop the Look

Mango Leather Pumps

I’m wearing Asos shirtdress but this New Look shirtdress is similar

French Connection clutch (Sold Out)

H&M Skinny Jeans (Similar)

Nasty Gal Watch (Similar at Nixon) Still looking for a cheaper alternative!

Published by With the Grey

Aritst, dreamer, style stalker, only going up.

5 thoughts on “I Haven’t Forgotten Skinny Jeans

  1. Such a cute outfit! When I was 13 skinny jeans were nowhere to be found, and I was obsessed with punk culture so I used to sew my bootcut jeans into skinny jeans (although I called them “cigarette pants” at the time). It’s nice to have such a wide selection of styles available these days!


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