James Jeans Twiggy Dancer with a peplum top and clutch
Something a little more classic and what you are used to from me? That’s what I went for with this outfit that I’ve put together with Revolve Clothing! I really can’t get enough of classic pieces, especially when it comes to skinny, flattering jeans that just look amazing. I’ve got a new found passion for black jeans at the moment as I think they are really slimming and chic, but I don’t always want a plain, solid pair, which is why I chose these James Jeans Twiggy Dancer Jeans in Black Flex Distressed. I have another pair of Twiggy Dancers in a dark blue (see here), but I think these are my favourite. They are so comfortable that you can literally do yoga in them like the campaign images show, but at the same time, they are just as flattering as their Twiggy jeans! They truly are fantastic for both comfort and fit!
I paired the jeans with a BCBG Max Azria Lyna peplum tank in white lace as I thought it would look really pretty. I’m pretty sure you already know just how much I adore peplum and this one featuring lace voile print on it is even better! I wasn’t sure on my sizing for this one so I took an S and it actually fits really well. It’s stretchy too so there’s no restriction. There’s just something about the shape of peplum that I find really flattering on a woman’s figure, it truly enhances the curves of the hips and hides any lumps and bumps that might be on show!
So now that I had the black and white base down, it was time for accessories. I chose this Rebecca Minkoff Leo clutch in orange as I thought it might make a nice change to the usual red and pink that goes with black and white. I was right as I like the subtle difference it gives the outfit. It gives it more of a sophisticated vibe in my opinion. Keeping with the orange theme, I also chose a Ettika 3 chain braided friendship bracelet to match. Both these pieces go extremely well together as you can see! Finally, to give my legs some height, I opted for my Christian Louboutin Pigalle 100 in Black.
I’m really loving my hair shorter now too. You might have noticed that I did get some highlights put in for the Summer, as it looks quite a lot blonder now than it did before. I was unsure at first on the highlights as I felt like my hair was much too blonde for my complexion, but I have since got used to it. The only negative I will say is that I think from the back, my hair looked better longer, but from the front, it looks better shorter. Ha ha! I left it natural in these photos too as they were shot when we got back off holiday, in which I had let it dry naturally on the beach, so it’s kind of wavy and messy. So, that’s my outfit for this blog post. What do you think?