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3 Ways to Style High Rise Jeans

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Yesterday I shared how I style my favorite high rise jeans on Glitter Guide and wanted to share them here as well! High rise jeans have become my go-to style of denim. I love the way they emphasize my figure while also (practically) keeping me fully covered when I sit or bend down. They’re feminine, chic, a little retro, and so easy to work into your wardrobe. Here are 3 ways I like to wear mine…

Photo Feb 15, 2 26 05 PMMadewell jeans // Madewell shirt (c/o) // Madewell bag // Sole Society booties

Perfectly Tied
Freshen up the tucked-in shirt look and try tying your button-down instead! It really emphasizes the waist and makes your legs look a mile long.

Photo Feb 15, 2 25 44 PMMadewell jeans // Madewell shirt (similar) // Natalie Borton necklace // Hobo bag (c/o) // Mossimo heels (similar)

Chic Crop
A slightly cropped tee is perfect for pairing with high rise denim. In fact, a cropped tee tends to be my preference with these jeans since longer tops can just feel like too much with my jeans being cut on the higher side. I wear mine with heels for an easy, cool-girl date night look.

Photo Feb 15, 2 22 53 PMMadewell jeans // LOFT tank (similar) // Natalie Borton necklace // Merona sweater (similar) // Hobo bag (c/o) // Zara flats (similar)

Cozy Casual
For a comfortable yet put-together look, tuck in a simple white tank or tee and pair it with a long cozy knit. Perfect for weekends or running errands.

 

3 Comments

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    traci G
    February 18, 2016 at 10:44 am

    i purchased a pair Madewell high waisted skinny skinny jeans, yesterday after seeing your instagram post! Can’t wait to try them on.
    Ps. I really miss your legit mom style series!

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    Elizabeth
    February 19, 2016 at 10:35 am

    I love all these looks! I’m such a fan of the high waist!

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    Kim B
    February 26, 2016 at 9:47 pm

    Love all three looks! If I had to pick a favorite though, it would be the pinstripe shirt with the ankle boots.

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