April 2nd, 2013

One of the hottest trends in denim this season is the pattern jeans, just be careful to find the correct shape, style and size for your body type. If you carry a little more weight in your lower half, like your hips and thighs you might want to opt for a dark wash and in a smaller pattern. Let the pattern of the pant be the focal point by paring it with a natural top, you could always pair it with denim jacket for a more casual look. If you’re on the petit size try vertical stripes in your print to create the illusion of height, you can also bump up the look by paring it with a cute pair of heels to elongate you even more. If you’re looking for a more trendy way to wear pattern jeans don’t be afraid to mix prints, go for a head-to-toe textured look just make sure the top has similar colours to the print on your jeans and one of the prints must be larger in size than the other for a more balanced look.

Sweater- Joe Fresh- $30- Dec 2012
Necklace- Joe Fresh- $7- Dec 2012
Bangles x 2-The Bay- $4.50 each- Jan 2013
Bracelet- Cocoa Jewelry
Purse- TJ Max- $40- Jan 2013
Pants- Target- $13- Jan 2013
Shoes- Aldo- $37 (on sale)- Nov 2012

See my 6th Fashion Magazine Canada Style Panel post here
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  1. Looking good, I’m a little bottom heavy so I never thought I could wear printed pants, but now I’m think I might be able to pull it off, wish me luck

    • I think you could totally rock it, just do a darker wash and even a longer top… I think it will be perfect

  2. I love that bag, the colour is just gorgeous :)


    • it was such a great find, I love US shopping, they always have great deals

  3. Just saw this on Fashion Magazine, super cool, love your style

    • Awe thanks sweetie

  4. Hi there! Where did you get theme of your blog? It’s pretty amazing :D

    • I’m not too sure, I had a web company set it up for me?

  5. I want that purse and those pants, you look great

    • I’m kinda in love with these pants, you’ll be seeing a lot more of them this summer

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