There is no secret that patterned denim is hot-hot-hot this season! I’ve been willingly sucked into this fabulous trend! I own a couple of pairs of snake skin print already but when I wore these metallic gold INC jeans at the Macy’s photo shoot, I was totally converted.
The hottest denim is patterned and pretty! And, for you doubters, patterned denim is not a scary thing. You can wear them as a neutral, pairing with brighter colors or dressing them up with work attire like blazers and button up tops for a sophisticated casual outfit. I paired the INC snakeskin print jeans that I am wearing above with an INC International Concepts Long-Sleeve Cutout Rhinestone Shirt. I later added a blazer and closed-toe boots for a more polished look.
When shopping at Macy’s last week I headed to the INC department and found two more pairs of printed denim, each with a totally different personality. The first is all about the sparkle and shine:
I’m thinking this is a fabulous NYE look for a casual party. Lots of shine and star power! I’ve only worn this outfit out in the world once and I received so many compliments on it! It’s bold, flattering and fun! These INC International Concepts Skinny-Leg Jeans (Metallic Printed) do not have front pockets but do have flattering back pockets that won’t add volume to your bottom like a flap pocket will.
The second look is all about cozy comfort! These floral jeans are gorgeous and more subtle than snake skin or metallic. A cowl neck sweater is the perfect partner for a casual winter day!
My challenge to you: Update your winter wardrobe with some interesting denim. There is always a place for basic blue but why not switch it up with patterns this season? Start with one pair and I promise, you’ll be addicted!
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