3 Ways to Wear Tuxedo Jeans
Black Long Sleeve Bodysuit, wearing a small | Tuxedo Stripe Jeans, TTS—wearing size 25 | Teddy Sherpa Coat, mine is old, similar | Chevron Crossbody Bag | Strappy Heels, similar to mine | Lipstick in 9 to 5
I bought these jeans when I was at Evereve last week, maybe you remember them from my try-on post? They’re definitely a little different, but I adore them for the holidays and winter in general, because plain ole jeans and a sweater can get old when you wear them for 6 months straight!
Most of the holiday parties, events and things we go to are somewhat casual. Not crazy casual, but like dressy casual if that’s a thing. Jeans are appropriate as long as you’ve styled them the right way!
What I love about these jeans is that they automatically look fancier, because they are fancier. The gold stripe adds such a fun, unique twist to this pair and personally, I love it!
But, since they’re different, I wanted to show you a few different ways to style them so you can feel confident rocking them for different occasions all season long!
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When in doubt, throw on a bodysuit! I love that they look so effortless and chic and you’re not left with bunchy fabric stuffed in your jeans. They can be a little bit of a pain when you’re peeing, but really it’s not that bad.
Whenever I’m going for a dressier look, I always play it simple. It looks chic and effortless with a simple pair of strappy sandals or pumps (the sandals might not be weather appropriate where you are), a gorgeous teddy coat and simple black bag—still loving this one I got!
This is a perfect mix of casual, cool and pulled together. Obviously a good excuse to pull out these boots again! I love the pop they add to just about any outfit. The cardigan is great for keeping you warm, but take it off once you’re inside for a sassier look with just the lace cami!
I love this simple cami because it can be worn so many ways and it’s only $38. I own the Cami NYC one too and I love it, but if you’re just going to get one, this one is gorgeous and definitely looks more expensive.
I would also wear this outfit with flats around the house, and depending on how casual your office is, you could wear this to work too.
White Sweater, size small | Tuxedo Stripe Jeans, TTS—wearing size 25 | Golden Goose Sneakers, review on them in this post | Camel Coat, just launched on Everlane! | Trapeze Satchel | Lipstick in 9 to 5
My mom uniform—elevated! I find an excuse to wear sneakers with everything. They look sporty and cool, and, well, they’re comfortable!
If you don’t have a camel coat, I personally think it’s one of the best winter investments you can make. They look so chic and they’re so timeless. It took me a few years to finally buy one and it’s easily my most worn coat.
I know these jeans might seem a little out there for some of you, but I hope this post made them more approachable and wearable! Now that I looked through all these pictures again, I can’t wait to wear them.
I had a similar pair last year, and I was shocked by how much I wore them and how many compliments I got on them. My sisters and mom were all dying for them when I wore them to Thanksgiving dinner.
Ahh, on that note, who else is SO excited for the holidays?!
photos by Hannah Schweiss