slim wide-leg jean

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you may remember these jeans from my recent madewell try-on session. along with this ruffled sweater tank, this pair of denim with a slimmer leg silhouette made it home with me that day. i think of all the pieces i tried on, these jeans were the most popular among readers/instagram followers. at least three of you (including my mom!) ended up ordering them for yourself (if you did, let me know if you liked them!). as a stan for the wide-leg style, i was curious if i’d like the slightly slimmer version just as much. guys, i’m a BIG fan. dare i say it, they might be even more flattering than the original?! crazy to say, i know. but in comparing the two, i think the slimmer silhouette might offer just a slightly more flattering leg line. if you’ve been hesitant to try the wide-leg trend, i think this pair is a great place to start as it bridges the gap between a straight leg and a wider shape. if you’re curious at all, i’d encourage you to try them. i think you might be pleasantly surprised!

madewell slim wide-leg jeans (TTS -26) || jenni kayne sweater (xs)*

*similar budget option

j.crew poppy two-strap ballet flats in leopard calf hair (TTS)

natalie borton x shopmoss earrings (c/o)*

check out this adorable necklace set from natalie just in time for mother’s day!

madewell transport tote

speaking of pleasantly surprised… this sweater ended up on my doorstep this past week -an early easter gift from my step-mom who is the manager of a local jenni kayne store. though i don’t wear bright colors too often, i was instantly smitten by this fuchsia toned cashmere crew. it’ll be a fun pop of color to incorporate into my wardrobe, especially during the dreary may grey weather that i fear is headed our way.

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madewell slim wide-leg jeans || jenni kayne sweater*

*similar budget option

j.crew poppy two-strap ballet flats in leopard calf hair

natalie borton x shopmoss earrings (c/o) ||madewell transport tote

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