During the summer months, I usually rotate between two pairs of jeans, a light summer-wash and weight denim and a ripped white jean. As we gear up for fall, I’m getting back into my denim game. I’m featuring two looks here from Express that are great casual options for the upcoming months.
I love the casual and athletic feel of this outfit. The jeans are a Slim Destroyed Stretch Jean, that has a pretty slim fit throughout the leg and just the right amount of stretch for jeans. I appreciate when technical fibers that allow for some stretch are woven into the denim, but at the same time, don’t want to feel like I’m wearing leggings. The pants sit low on the waist and the distressed look is the perfect amount of tattered-up, not exposing any skin. The crew neck Baseball Tee is a simple but easy way to differentiate tee game and it’s moisture-wicking too. I added a plaid button-down around my waist as an added layer to take you from day to night in the fall months.
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For this second outfit, I decided to go all-out denim. The jeans are a slim straight leg with medium wash. This fade is perfect for fall as it bridges the gap from a light summer wash to raw denim you might be wearing from November to February. One of my new favorite tops is this soft wash denim workshirt. I love the contrasting pocket on the front and the look of the rolled-up sleeves, which is how I’ll typically be wearing this shirt. I wanted denim to be the star of the look so I paired it with a white shirt underneath and BOOM – issa look!
This past weekend I had the opportunity to host an event at Express at the Woodfield Mall with my good friend Olivia Rink (and future roommate ~ more to come on this!). It was such a cool opportunity as we got to partake in fit sessions styling some of our followers and dress them in head-to-toe Express styles. It was such a fun day and the team at the Woodfield Mall Express went above and beyond and made the whole day!
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Photography by Christian Sampson
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