Are you someone who tends to reach out for the same black jeans again and again?
And then ends up pairing it with similar tops?
I’m guilty of the same thing too.
Sometimes you don’t want to stress too much and put something together quickly.
But that doesn’t mean that you look shabby.
I’m here to show you how you can go from casual, to edgy and cutesy while wearing the exact same denim.
Look #1: Cool Casual
I am a sucker for Super Casual looks.
Nothing beats a crop tee and jeans.
And guess what, a simple crop tee and jeans doesn’t mean being basic. You can totally up the style Q of the outfit by wearing accessories that are off the charts.
Just like the one I’m wearing.
It’s bold and such a statement-making piece.
Neon is trending in a MAJOR way this season and I love pairing neon with black. There is something so charming about both these colors. One is reserved and the other playful, and together they are a head-turning combination.
Look #2: Extraordinarily Edgy
When you want to opt for an outfit that looks edgy always keep in mind, Go For Prints!
It instantly gives you a ‘Look at me’ kinda vibe.
Prints are IN and so are crop tops, so are bralettes.
Both the bralette and the layered shirt have a similar print ensuring that all the attention is drawn upwards.
Plus adding some bling in the form of multi-layered accessories gets a big YES when you want to go edgy.
No one will notice that you’re wearing the same ol’ black jeans again. Hehe
Neat trick, isn’t it?
Look #3: Charmingly Cute
I’m going to turn back time a little for this one.
Remember the victorian era? With its corseted dresses and balloon sleeves?
Well the crop top I’m wearing is just that with a little modern twist.
I’ve paired it with a double buckle gold and black belt to highlight some color in the otherwise all black outfit.
That’s how you can create three strikingly different looks by switching up tops and accessories on a single jeans.
And honestly if you went three straight days wearing the same pant I doubt anybody would notice.
Well, the lazier you are the more ways you can think up of experimenting with you style.
I’m speaking from personal experience. 😉