Lucy Coghlan For You Magazine
Like many of us we live in jeans: straight, boyfriend, wide, cropped flare, even a long-lost foot leg – my habit has an open-door policy. But usually if they are blue. Elizabeth Hurley might be a poster-girl for spanking-white jeans though I’ve always been put off by their Sloane Ranger connotations. However, with white a denim of choice for a cooler-than-cool set during a conform shows, this summer white jeans are creation their entrance in my habit – nonetheless I’ll be giving a skinnies a skip in foster of some-more forgiving and updated cuts. I’ll also be pairing cave with my favourite blue striped shirt or with bags and accessories in this season’s It-shade, lilac. In short, white’s all right by me.
Cropped kick flare
The zodiacally graceful boot-cut gets a revamp. This style’s shorter length and wider hem balances proportions and allows for a peep of ankle – what improved approach to pull courtesy to a lovable kitten-heel slingback? Candy shades and nautical stripes always go good with white
Straight-leg jeans are a new classical (which is propitious for me and my anti-skinny stance) and for good reason – a character suits roughly everyone. The tender hemline on this Mix/Osman during Next span adds to their casual-chic look. Carry this by to your shoes with prosaic mules in neutral tones.
These wide-leg ankle-grazer jeans lay high on a waist for a surprisingly graceful fit. Tuck in a T-shirt or blouse or try a shirt ragged lax for a sleeker look. A preppy amateur will smarten them up; a colour-pop tutor will supplement a sports-luxe vibe.
Go for lilac details
Add a classical striped shirt
Khaki top, £15.99, newlook.com
Camel t-shirt, £45, arket.com
Kaftan, £39.99, mango.com
Striped top, £35, riverisland.com
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