Old blue jeans are everyone’s favorite pair because jeans get softer with every wash. New and colored denim fail to be so comfortable like jeans. Read how to style your fav pair to look stylish in them on the weekend for all kind of activities.
- An Old Blue Jeans Outfit for Weekend Running Errands
- Weekend Look with Boyfriend Jeans and Biker Jacket
- Styling Outerwear with Old Blue Jeans
An Old Blue Jeans Outfit for Weekend Running Errands
Today I present a nice weekend look to run errands, get a coffee, or just go to the mall. I am wearing my old blue boyfriend jeans with a cashmere sweater, a gingham shirt, and my Harley Davidson booties. I bought the jeans a year ago and it is my favorite pair.
Alter Pieces to Be More “You”
The Carhartt shirt originally had one breast pocket. However, I do not like pockets when there is only one. I nevertheless bought the shirt as I fell in love with its nice color and it had the best quality of the gingham shirts I had looked at. Thus, it seemed easier and faster to take the pocket off than continue the search for a look-a-like without pocket.
I often alter clothes I buy. I already knew in the store that I would twig the shirt to be fully my style. Do you alter pieces right away when you bought them for other reasons than just fit (e.g. shortening a hem)?
Weekend Look with Boyfriend Jeans and Biker Jacket
Styling Outerwear with Old Blue Jeans
I am a strong believer that outerwear is nothing but another outfit. Consequently, it has to be styled too. Or better, it is fun to style outerwear too. For running errands around town I wore my short black shearling coat with a cable knit scarf that a girlfriend of mine made for me as her farewell gift. The scarf adds some posh as it looks like a collar.
I added my Pippa bag as it is very roomy so I can benefit from not taking a plastic bag. Plastic bags ruin every look. There is a reason why high end stores have these fancy paper bags with satin ribbons as handles.
In Fairbanks, no such stores exists. However, many stores in town give 5 cents back or an extra point on the frequent customer card. I like (their) being conscious about the environment and even being awarded for it is great as well.
Photos: G. Kramm
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