Blue Jean Baby

Denim, Fall, fashion


Denim is for Fall.  And I’m all on board in my Tennessee Tuxedo!

An all denim look is a great way to dress for the change of seasons.  It’s a very fall look if I do say so myself.  I thought the outfit only perfect for one of my best friend’s daughter’s first  birthday party.  It was a pumpkin-patch-themed event and we enjoyed cornbread and chili while sippin’ on cider.  (Champagne was also on hand, as you all know I love some bubbles!)


(^Can anyone see my trusty photographer/hubby in the reflection?!)



Typically, I opt for dark denim and the darker the better.  But I’m venturing into new territory with lighter washes, distressing and reinvented silhouettes other than the skinny jean, which has been my uniform for almost a decade!

These high-rise flared jeans are a well-loved pair that I’ve had for several years.  I love the long rise that elongates the leg, and the flare is certainly on-trend this season.  I personally like to mix my denims, and thought that pairing my mid-washed flares with a lighter chambray button up was the perfect pairing for my denim-on-denim outfit.

When dressing in a monochrome ensemble, make sure to pair with stand out accessories like these burgundy suede booties and a statement cuff.



Coat (similar here, here and here) || Bag || Earrings

Shop similar styles here:

Flared Jeans – Check out these faded FRAME jeans that are similar to my pair.  These Hudson high-rise flares have fun front pockets, and also come in a faded black.  Madewell makes a great indigo pair of flared jeans, and you can’t get much darker than FRAME’s noir pair of flares.

Chambray Shirt – If you’re looking for a classically tailored chambray shirt, look no further, except maybe at this snap button chambray button-up.   Madewell offers a really great light washed, slim fit option.  And this oversized, pop-over will be a favorite.

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