Today, I’m finishing up my mini-series on ways to style slim-fitting linen pants. All the looks I’ve shared this week would also work well with a pair of chinos, jeans, or any other slim-legged pants. Today’s ootd is a little different because it has some embroidery, silver jewelry, an artisan necklace, and denim shoes! Have you noticed that denim accessories are popping up everywhere this spring?
As mentioned in yesterday’s post, these stretch linen pants are available in 6 colors and one print. I’m wearing a misses XS and suggest you size down because they do stretch out.
I’m a lover of all things denim. It might be the era I grew up in or my lifestyle, but whatever the reason, I never tire of its appeal. I like to dress it up, down, and wear it most days. This spring I’m running into more denim accessories than usual and am totally smitten.
When I spotted these denim slides, I knew they had my name all over them. They’ve got the same buckle detail as my platform wedges, but are easier on the feet and comfy to wear all day. They’ll look adorable with a cotton sundress or shorts and a tee for a trip to the farmers market…which I’m told is opening up for us next week.
I added a denim boater hat to my collection a few weeks ago and love it! I originally spotted this hat in pink at my local Anthropologie and had almost justified adding it to my wardrobe when I spotted it in denim, That was it, done deal! It looks so unique and is really comfy. It has an elasticized band inside the brim which adjusts to your head size. Interestingly, it also doesn’t flatten down my hair like most hats. Sadly, my denim version seems sold out but here it is in several other lightweight fabrics which are so cute!
MORE DENIM HATS
My pendant and bracelet are from two different boutiques, over 20 years ago. As I write this, I realize how much I miss shopping in boutiques. Going into one feels a bit like a treasure hunt. They usually carry unique items and brands that department stores just don’t stock so it’s easy to create unique outfits. Some of my favorite treasures are from boutiques so I’m hopeful we can shop in them again soon.
This flowy boho-style top is called dusty blue but it looks closer to lavender to me, The embroidery is navy which works nicely with the navy pants. It looks nice tucked or half-tucked to rein in some fullness at your waist. It doesn’t seem long enough to wear with leggings to me, but that’s a personal decision best made between you and your mirror:)
See also –The Modern Way to Wear Leggings After 50
More denim shoes
As crazy as I am about denim accessories, I’m fairly certain I will limit them to one per outfit…but you never know.
Would you ever wear denim shoes?
Thanks for reading ladies and remember to wear what makes you feel confident.