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How to Style Black Jeans this Spring

TOP | JEANS | SANDALS | BAMBOO BAG | EARRINGS | BELT

If you think that wearing black jeans is only for fall and winter, you’re wrong. I wear jeans all year long, even black jeans. Today, I thought I’d share how I styled these black jeans for spring. Pairing the jeans with a floral print definitely helped to transition them into the new season. I mean, nothing says spring like florals, right? These skinny black jeans are from 1822 Denim, it’s one of the two pairs that I now own. Let me tell you that I love them. They are super comfortable and great quality jeans. 🙂

Adding lighter accessories like these gorgeous beaded earrings – which I’m linking below – seemed like a good idea for styling these black jeans. And a bamboo bag, which is the perfect spring accessory and one that can also be worn well into summer was a no brainer. I personally think that wearing sandals with any look, instantly transforms it and makes it spring/summer friendly. So I decided to pair the jeans with these block heel sandals that I bought recently for under $20 and come in four colors. I am linking everything above because most items are well under $50. So check them out and get to shopping! 😉

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Trendy Thursday LinkUp + I’m a Little Camo Obsessed!

The last couple of days have actually felt like fall. Which is honestly surprising for Houston. So, I thought I’d share this fun Camo tunic c/o Tickled Teal. It’s just under $20 which I think it’s a great price point. Though I wore it with a tied knot, it can easily be styled differently.

Fall is for Jeans… and I’m bringing out all my favorites. These black mid-rise jeans c/o Mott & Bow are my go-to because they fit me like a glove and go with almost anything in my closet. You may remember them, as I have styled and shared them in the past. They’re fully in stock and the best part is that besides picking your size you can pick between a 26 & 30 inseam. I am linking them below so that you can get to shopping. 😉

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