J Brand X Matches X Disneyrollergirl: How To Do Denim

Matches challenged me to show three different ways to style its J Brand denim, which let’s face it is no great hardship for me. I have no shame in admitting I live in denim, both the downtrodden, faded stuff and the more polished intensely-dyed variety. Now that we’ve seen Hedi Slimane’s vision of Saint Laurent, it’s only a matter of time before we can start tucking our skinny black jeans into our knee-length stack-heeled boots (I always loved that look). Until then, I offer these alternatives…

J BRAND AIDAN JEANS (below). Boyfriend jeans are my daily go-to. These J Brand Aiden boyfriend jeans are loose enough to wear with Balenciaga’s couture-shaped coat but not too baggy that the proportions jar. To add more interest, I love the bright Balenciaga tricolor heels with Sportmax socks and the surrealist Lanvin brooch. The men’s E. Tautz black poloneck can be half-tucked or worn loose and slouchy…

J BRAND BRIX JEANS. These zipped slim-leg Brix jeans have the spirit of ’76 written all over them. So naturally I’ve paired them with Tabitha Simmons buckled boots and Acne’s posh biker. To add a little more sophistication: Stella McCartney’s shirt and Chloe’s snake ring. The jeans are actually an almost-black shade of green, which is echoed in the 3.1 Phillip Lim clutch. I love the combination of the forest green and the rich burgundy Celine sunglasses

J BRAND IGNITE 811 JEANS. I would like to see these mid-rise, deep indigo jeans layered under J.W. Anderson’s primary blue kilt and topped with Carven’s prim white collar and Chloe’s chunky red knit. On top of that, Sophie Hulme’s collarless khaki masculine-feminine coat, with Acne’s bootees, Celine’s blue sunnies and Brera’s rubber chrono watch to accompany…

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2 Responses to J Brand X Matches X Disneyrollergirl: How To Do Denim

  1. I love jeans, but I haven’t been very good at getting the loose ones look good on me. Maybe they would look better on me with a pair of heels?

  2. Disneyrollergirl says:

    Hi Sofia, it’s all about the proportions I think. If the jeans are loose, I wear a fitted top and heels do help a lot, or just a chunkier shoe. Try to show a bit of ankle too. And if the jeans are too long (or you’re a bit short) don’t hesitate to get them altered before you roll them up.

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