Knowing that my blogging friends, Avril (SchoolGateStyle.com) and Beth (StyleGuile.blogspot.com), had also fallen under the trance of the Primark floral jeans this summer, we thought it would be fun for the three of us to collaborate and show you our interpretations of styling for these floral wonders!
As you know I really am new to the Aladdin’s Cave that is Primark as we don’t have them in the US, but I made a child free shopping trip there when I was back in Bury in June. I love skinny jeans but I have to admit I was pretty terrified by the floral jean trend. Any pattern for that matter, on jeans, just seemed wrong. Talk about u-turns! I nabbed these jeans at just 5 GBP (about $7.50!) and fell in love with them as soon as I wore them. For the price they are great quality and a fabulous fit, plus given all the colors in them they go with a variety of tops – though I definitely advise keeping the tops simple. The jeans themselves have green, purple, pink, taupe and black in them and I have worn them with tops in all these colors.
Here’s how I styled them back in June in England, I love the casual look here – I wore an AllSaints tank and H&M taupe linen jumper which coordinated great with the jeans.
And here is how I wore them more recently with my pink Zara linen t-shirt from the sale:
For this post I decided to go for a slightly dressier look – though I love that it can easily be a fun, relaxed look without the jacket. The jacket coordinates perfectly – it’s the Boden tipped blazer in blossom – currently in the sale at $88.80 though other colors are cheaper. It is fabulous quality and one of my favorite Boden purchases this year. Under the jacket I’m wearing a simple men’s Gap white t-shirt, with 2-3 year old H&M pink beads. My Tory Burch musk Eddie flats are my favorite shoes for these jeans – nude and simple.
I absolutely love how Beth, Avril and I have all styled them differently – who would have known that statement floral jeans would be so versatile!