Sunday, 23 March 2014

Cuffed Jeans with Red & Mint

Remember this dress? When i first received it i knew that i wanted to wear it open like a long shirt/jacket. I love the flow of it over the basic outfit of boyfriend jeans and a white tee. Perfect for casual but still feeling pretty snazzy. It was so windy today the shirt was blowing in the breeze, which was lovely, but my gosh... my hair was going c-razy!! Quite frustrating as half the photos came out making me looking like a. i had grown a beard or b. had stuck my fingers in an electric socket. Seriously, i think i need to do a bloopers post with crazy hair!haha!



So super cuffed jeans. 
I have been seeing these in the fashion mags of late and i kinda love it. It just adds a great update to something you already have in your wardrobe, which to me is cost effective and also very cool. 
Me likey!
I've cuffed jeans (not as much as here) for years so this is a welcome trend in my books.
The idea is to have a fairly loose fitting straight leg jeans (as opposed to a skinny or a flared jeans) and cuff away.
Have you tried the cuffed jeans trend yet?
 Another new to me trial is red and mint. After seeing it recently on Atlantic Pacific (who can do no wrong in my eyes!) it looked like a fun colour combo i had never tried before. Cue an old mint bag and a mint/neon statement necklace, all finished off with a bit of leopard.
Lovely jubilee.


 Shirt: c/o Front Row Shop
Tshirt: Primark
Jeans: Next
Sunnies: New Look
Necklace: Gifted
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins
Bag: Modcloth

Have you tried any new trends lately that you've 
loved or loathed?

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24 comments

  1. Gorgeous! What an amazing idea to wear this dress open like a coat!

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  2. okkkkay, I would have never thought to use the dress as an open front jacket. you are BRILLIANT! My next look will incorporate that idea. Thanks!

    xx L
    www.laurynlasko.blogspot.com

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  3. love the print shoes
    kiss

    www.thechicmode.com

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  4. oh wow, i would never have guess that was originally a dress! great remixing...you look so chic :)

    rhea @ Rhea, EtCetera: stripes & polka dots

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  5. A blooper post would be welcome. :o) Lovely styling of a great outfit!

    www.dressupnotdown.blogspot.com

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  6. Love how you've transformed this dress! And I am going to try to super-cuff my jeans tomorrow. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday! xox

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  7. Lovely - and I saw that Atlantic Pacific post too! great colour combo xx

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  8. I love this outfit! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  9. Great look! The deep red really suits you, and with the leopard heels adds femininity and elegance to this look! Fabulous! Hugs, Beata xxx

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  10. love the look and I too am loving cuffed jeans

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  11. You look fabulous! I saw her mint and red too. I love your cuffed jeans. I'm going to have to try that!

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  12. Visiting from Visible Monday. Love how you've styled this red dress with mint and animal print. Beautiful.

    http://thecookingwardrobe.blogspot.com.au/

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  13. Soooooooooooooo chic, Rachel
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  14. I love this look!

    www.stylespectra.blogspot.com

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  15. I really, really LOVE this look Rachel. The mint and red are perfect for spring x
    http://bellalovesbear.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. I think that's a gorgeous way to wear that dress! And I cuff jeans once in a while, too!

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  17. The perfect look … cool, casual, chic ….!

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  18. You look great. I love that you wore a dress as a coat. And I'm all over the cuffed jeans thing.

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  19. I love this casual look. You look so pretty! I really like the mint and red trend and I enjoy cuffing my jeans myself. I haven't seen the super cuffed look until now, but I like it!

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  20. I'm loving the red + the mint. Too pretty. :)

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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