We covered busted knee jeans on Tuesday, and I’m showing you another way to wear the trend today.
These jeans are the same brand + cut as I wore in Tuesday’s post, but in black and with the knees completely ripped out. So rock ‘n roll, no? I wore them with a floaty, shimmery tank from the Isabel Marant for H&M collection, a pair of simple nude pumps, and that much-loved arrowstack necklace from Madewell. The perfect for a mini college reunion of sorts on the Plaza– but admittedly, my knees were a little chilly.
Changing gears right quick…
ModCloth’s Uniquely You campaign challenges bloggers to build outfits around their most popular pieces with other items available at ModCloth.com. I created the outfit above around the lovely + classic Lead by Example dress. Not only do I love the bright blue color and timeless cut, but I dig that this piece works brilliantly in so many venues: at the office, brunch with your in-laws, or throwing your best friend a wedding shower. The ability to edit, revamp, and repeat means this dress isn’t just a one and done.
So how to style? So easy. The black belt not only helps accentuate the waist, but also pairs perfectly with these d’Orsay flats. A bag in a contrasting color adds some interest; this gorgeous cherry red Cambridge satchel is perfect. Gold hardware in the form of a long chevron necklace, a black and gold wrap watch, and a few dainty bracelets are a feminine and practical touch. Finally, a super cute umbrella means getting caught in a spring shower doesn’t ruin your ensemble.
A big thank you to ModCloth for including me as part of the Uniquely You campaign!