Black distressed jeans may have an edgy vibe,
But that doesn't mean you can't soften it with romantic pieces or dress it up for coffee meetings!
I personally like to mix different materials to add depth to an outfit, and also believe in making the most out of an item, whatever it may be! It's just more fun and interesting, too!
In this post, I'm sharing how I styled the black high-waisted mom jeans from DSTLD for 4 different occasions.
Going on a Date | Feminine & Romantic
I wanted to soften the edgy personality of the distressed jeans for a more romantic look, so I styled it with my flowy floral summer dress. I simply unbuttoned the bottom half of the dress to allow the jeans to peep through when I walk and move around.
I have shorter legs and a longer torso, so I wrapped the belt of my dress at the smallest part of my waist to balance my proportion and create the illusion that I have longer legs.
Coffee Meetings | Business Casual
When it comes to making it work at a slightly more professional setting, my trick is to keep the look clean and simple. So in this outfit, there are only two colors: pink and black.
I rolled up the sleeves of my blazer, and wore a pair of nude pointy heels with aims to look like I grew a few inch taller.
Hanging Out | Weekend Vibes
Whether it is a camisole or a t-shirt, anything comfortable to wear works for me on the weekends. And the beauty of this pair of jeans is that it literally goes with everything!
Off to WOrk | Office-appropriate
I love this collared vest because it instantly transforms any outfit to a more office-appropriate one. Simply take the vest off, leave it in the office, and you're ready to grab drinks or dinner with friends after work!
Which look is your favorite? Let me know by leaving a comment below! I'd love to hear from you.
Thank you for reading!
Tricia Chen is co-founder of Key To Radiance. She loves having fresh flowers in her apartment, putting on face masks, savoring cupcakes and a daily cup of grande almond latte. She works in PR and Marketing, and is currently based in New York.
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