*This post highlights wearing denim on denim and features items from J. Jill’s 2017 January Collection that were gifted to me for a product review
I can’t believe that this unseasonably warm weather in Atlanta is still going strong! I’m almost glad I slacked so much when it came to packing up my summer clothes. Well, that’s not really true. I need to get that done as soon as possible. The fact that I still have lots of clothes to wear regardless of not having unpacked my winter clothes has helped me realize something. If I can survive without needing my winter clothes, then I definitely have TOO much clothes! LOL! Oh well!
When it comes to easy, effortless clothing, J. Jill is back at it again in 2017! Their new collection includes refreshing shades of blue, inspired patterns and essential denim pieces that I absolutely LOVE! When I think about all of the days I wish I could be lounging on a beach somewhere, I think of this collection! As a matter of fact, this collection is what inspired the Canadian Tuxedo I’m wearing! I’m a HUGE fan of denim on denim, but only if it’s done right! The best advice I can give you for ways to style, is not to pair two of the same colors of denim. One should definitely be darker than the other, preferably with the darker denim color on the bottom. I’m not sure why that order or things makes sense, just trust me when I say that it does. LOL! Today, I paired J. Jill’s Tencel Indigo A-Line Tunic and Woven-Stripes Scarf with my favorite pair of distressed denim jeans by Dear John.
As a lover of natural jewelry, my Wooden Necklace from Chicverte and Wanderer Bracelets were a perfect match for my look! In case you haven’t heard of Wanderer Bracelets, they’re handmade by Balinese artisans out of water buffalo bone. The company helps to create work for over 120 artisan bone carvers in Bali. How cool is that?! Not only that, they’re super cute!
Here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Maliyah Rae
How do you go about wearing denim on denim?
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*All opinions in this post are 100% my own
Until next time…