Style Tips for Tomboy Jeans
Style Tips for Tomboy
The fabulous thing about our Casey Tomboy denim is their versatility. You can easily create a casual cool look, classic chic, or an edgy look depending on how you style them.
CASUAL COOL (celebrities to watch: Sarah Jessica Parker, Reese Witherspoon, and Jessica Alba)
Sarah Jessica Parker really knows how to work the casual cool look. When going for this look, try to have at least one trendy accessory so your outfit isn’t just casual. Instead of basics sneakers, Sarah Jessica has the trendy athletic shoes working for her, majoring upping her cool factor. Ultra cool sunglasses work too (check out our new TOMS collection). Also, notice that she is working the partial tuck and her sweater is at the belt line. Your jeans are already slouchy so makes sure your top is either above your belt line or tucked so your look stays casual and not sloppy. The tuck and the belt line trick are important for all of your tomboy “looks.”
CLASSIC CHIC (celebrities to watch: Jennifer Anniston, Olivia Palermo, and Rachel Bilson)
Accessories, Accessories, Accessories! Oh did I say Accessories? Again work the tuck, add a skinny belt, throw on some awesome heels or structured flats, grab your fitted blazer or fitted dressy trench, and make sure to have that stand out clutch or satchel. Have fun! I am posting a few pics of this style because the options are endless!
EDGY (Celebrities to watch: Gwen Stefani, Rihanna, and Sienna Miller)
You will definitely get a backstage pass when you rock your tomboys with a little edge. Throw on an oversized graphic t-shirt, tank, or even a sweatshirt (just make sure it is cropped, tucked or lean like the one pictured) and some kick ass boots (think wedge booties, studded Moto, or lace up). I love the wide brim hat with this outfit but if that’s not your thing than just make your hair a little messy. Wear some rings on multiple fingers and have a standout pendant necklace. Add some round framed sunglasses and when you walk by people will be whispering, “She has to be famous, who is that?”