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Distressed To Impress

November 20, 2016
I have an endless love hate relationship with MOM jeans. I really want to love them as I think they look cool when they’re styled the right way but I just can’t get past the idea of skinny jeans. Being the tiny person I am, I have always been a skinny jeans kinda gal as they’re flattering and fit me well. That being said I really like this outfit and styling MOM jeans in a slightly dressier way. 
This outfit is one of those which you could easily wear during the day but switch up the shoes for whatever occasion you’re going to. For instance you could team a pair of converse for the day and then pop these open toe heeled boots on for an evening look. The statement piece of this outfit is these distressed jeans from ASOS, I haven’t actually worn them out of the house yet…how bad is that.  As I said before I’m struggling slightly to love them and everything I team them with is more of an evening look. To keep the distressed look, I have tucked in this distressed t shirt from Topshop which gives a cool edge to the outfit which I really like. Some may think this is too much distressedness but I love a bit of distressing and the t shirt works perfectly with the jeans. To bring the outfit together, I have added a belt to cinch in the waist. For accessories, I have added a choker for a little bit of edge and this rose cold clutch bag from Skinny Dip which I adore. This will be featured in a Blogmas post so keep your eyes peeled. Finally for shoes, I have added these open toe heeled boots which are great for the cold weather as it keeps the majority of your feet covered. 
T shirt – Topshop
Jeans – ASOS
Choker – no idea
Boots – H&M (old)
Let me know what you think of this outfit. Also MASSIVE thank you to everyone who has followed me on Bloglovin, I have hit 100 followers this morning and I’m chuffed. Thank you my lovelies. If you’re not following, I would really appreciate the follow… click here!
Charlotte Olivia
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