How To Style It: Straight Cut Jeans

The weather this week has been just chilly enough to finally get me thinking about fall. I just got these new pale grey jeans from Fidelity Denim that sit really low on the hips and have a straight cut leg. They're definitely not the skin tight skinnies that I'm used to and when I tried them on for the first time I thought "oh no, I should have sized down." The truth is, it feels nice to have my legs breathe a little with a looser fitting jean.  

The challenge from there was how would I style these straight leg denims? With a lower waistline than I'm used to, I chose a bold belt to accentuate that feature. This particular one is a men's belt from the Gap that I got on sale for $3 when I was in high school. Truth is that I don't wear much but I've never been able to part with it. For some reason it reminds of the of kinda belt a biker dude might wear. So with that, I felt the need to offset the tough with the pretty. Enter, the silk blouse. This one almost has a 70s' secretary vibe with the sheer silk fabric, the necktie and the keyhole opening on the bust. A floppy wool hat, my trusty Armani sunglasses and a suede black pump was all I needed to finish the look. It's fall ready, reminiscent of That 70s' Show but with a contemporary vibe. Oh, but let's not forget about my Givenchy Pandora. This is the kinda bag that goes with any type of jeans, including straight cut. ;)

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Special thanks to Dean Davidson for sending me some beautiful rings that just happened to style beautifully with this post. I'm wearing the Plaza Ring in green onyx and the Pyramid Stacking ring here. As for the nails, I used Chanel in Frenzy. 

Jeans, Fidelity Denim
Blouse, Zara (A/W 2014)
Belt, Gap
Pumps, Jcrew

Rings, Dean Davidson
Hat, Target
Bag, Givenchy Small Pandora
Glasses, Armani