Fall ReStyle Guide: Jeans

Ew. The mornings are chillier, evenings brisker and the sun is setting earlier and earlier. Let’s face it – fall is on its way. I’m going to miss summer (since it won’t be warm for another 9 months) but I am ready to dress in layers again. There’s also no better way to transition a summer wardrobe into fall, and even into the blustery Chicago winter. Seasonal refreshes allow outfits to be styled on a shoestring budget which is necessary for me.

The key to this type of styling is to carry summer trends into fall but show them off in fresh ways. Since I work in a really casual office environment, jeans are a wardrobe staple for me (and I’m sure many of you) so here’s the H+H fall ReStyle guide:

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Both of these styles have been around for a few seasons but if it ain’t broke why fix it, right? Instead of throwing these pairs out, here are a few ways to transform them into fall perfect…

H+H Fall ReStyle Guide: Colored Jeans

Colorblocking continues to be popular so keep strutting in those teal or red denim pairs! Ground them by wearing them with neutral tones (instead of pairing with another bright color). If you’re in love with a certain hue, bring hints of it into other pieces of your ensemble, as long as you balance the outfit with blacks, creams and browns.





Ankle length jeans are even easier to incorporate into your fall wardrobe. Booties are showing up in all of the shoe stores and sit perfectly for these jeans to graze the top of. If you’re a little more adventurous pair the flattering silhouette with thick socks that are slipped into t-strap sandals.





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2 Responses to “Fall ReStyle Guide: Jeans”
  1. Kim says:

    Im loving colored jean, I just picked up a pair of green ones the other day, thanks for sharing, it gives me some ideas of what to wear with them!

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  1. […] I mentioned in the ReStyle Jeans guide (check it out here), bright colors are definitely here to stay and can be the perfect pop for a neutral fall outfit. […]

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