Kenneth Cole

Good Ol’ T-shirt and Jeans

There is nothing more versatile than a good ol’ t-shirt and jeans. You can do pretty much anything with either, short of a cocktail party. I love that there is so much room for experimentation and ability to express yourself in a pair of jeans. Let’s see we have the flare, the boot, the skinny and the destroyed all of which you can cut up, roll up, destroy and dye! You have permission to do whatever you want and nobody will ask questions, regardless of style preference. T-shirts give us a comfortably factor and the freedom to feel free. The tee is simple and yet we steal them from our boyfriends, sleep in them, slip them over bathing suits, tuck them in our jeans, or wear nothing but. We cut them off, roll them up, or tie them up, just like we do with jeans and the best part is they look so darn good! If you’ve read my previous post you will know, I mentioned that I wanted to share different ways to style jeans and t-shirts. Today’s look has a little edge to it. I’m wearing a large V-neck T- for a much looser look which happens to be very soft and utterly comfortable, with jeans which are slightly destroyed so you can only imagine how delicious they will be over time. I finished the look off with a leather jacket and assorted silver bracelets

With Love,
Candy Dylan

T-shirt: Abercrombie and Fitch
Jeans: Abercrombie and Fitch Leather Jacket:
Forever21 Bracelets: Silver Assorted

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Roll Em’ Up

I love the simplicity of just being able to get out of bed and put on a pair of jeans, roll them up and walk out the door. It seems a lot of us have fallen in love with this idea and even more so with the look it has created. Something so simple has been turned into something different and it’s really something I love most about fashion-  the freedom to be creative, try new things, explore ideas that could soon become a trend, that sweeps us up and allows us to share one piece that is transformed by each of us individually. Today’s look is “easy” – my favorite pair of old Hollister Jeans that have been destroyed overtime, a simple T-Shirt and sandal heels. There are millions of ways to style your rolled up jeans, with layering, adding a jacket or even with flats or boots.  In my next few posts, you will see different jean options to give you ideas on how to style denim.  So stay tuned !

With Love,
Candy Dylan

 

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