We give you permission to pull on jeans every day of the week, but if you’re gonna do it, you better think outside the basic-blues box. Get inspiration from Zoë Saldana, Miranda Kerr, Jessica Alba and more stars who are just as addicted to denim as you are
Exposed zippers promise to be a huge trend this season (and through fall), but if this kind of zip is a little too racy for you, you can always take a cue from (in Armani Exchange) and wear the detailing on your pockets.
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PAIR DISTRESSED WITH PREPPY
Shredded jeans tend to get worn with band tees, crop tops and combat boots. But Miranda Kerr cleans up the look by topping her beaten-up blues with a nautical-stripe shirt, classic trench, structured bag and animal-print loafers.
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SWAP BLUE FOR GRAY
Try this little experiment: Next time you’re about to walk out of the house in an outfit that includes your go-to indigo jeans, return to your closet and trade them for gray ones like J Brand jeans. The shade goes with everything your blues go with, but is a tad less expected.
We’re guessing you’ve been pegging your skinnies for months, but has us itching to try it on our more loose-fitting jeans. The key is to roll them high enough that it doesn’t look like you’re just too lazy to go to the tailor, and to wear them with heels to avoid stumpiness syndrome.
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TRY A NEW PRINT
With every woman and her mother wearing polka dots, stripes and florals, the way to stand out with a print is by opting for something with a rich, almost wallpaper-inspired feel. steps out in a pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans in a Chinoiserie print worthy of being framed.
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WEAR WHITE NOW
If you owned white stovepipes like Alessandra Ambrésio’s Hudsons, would you really only wear them between Memorial Day and Labor Day? Didn’t think so. (Plus, the slimming tuxedo stripe and black waistband give them a polished, all-seasons feel.)