Style│Boyfriend Jeans

Style • Spring 2 Winter Transition│Boyfriend Jeans
The boyfriend jean – perfect for Sunday errands, yet stylish enough for a date & girls night out. Love this trend for its comfort & the ease with which a outfit can be put together. The versatility of this style makes it a perfect go to on those “what am I going to wear days“. Hoping to find some inspiration on how to transition the boyfriend jean from winter to spring, I turned to pinterest and was inspired by some of the following:
Love how effortless yet pulled together this outfit is and the pastel purple is a great transition color for the upcoming spring months. Between the blazer and metallic heels, these boyfriends are perfect for causal Fridays at jean friendly offices.
The neon sweater and heels create a stylish Saturday morning errand outfit that is both warm and on trend. The yellow pop is a great spring edition to any wardrobe and the fit of the sweater brings shape to the outfit while allowing for comfort. Other possible outfit additions: a fun graphic tee or sweatshirt.
3. Cocktails & Dates
Perfect for cocktails with a group of friends or date night. A great way to dress up your boyfriends – pair them with sequins, lace, or animal print. The stylish combinations are endless for making this trend your own. Just a little inspiration to get your wardrobe ready for spring – with save and splurge finds.
Save – under $50: Old navy jeans / H&M blue jeans, $49 /Levi’s blue jeans
Would love to hear your thoughts on how you plan to style this trend this spring.
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