Top: AG Jeans via A Pea in the Pod (old, similar here) / Jeans: AG Jeans via A Pea in the Pod / Flats: J.Crew (old, similar here and here) / Bag: Rebecca Minkoff (color no longer available, loving this color right now) / Sunnies: Tory Burch / Necklace: Roberto Coin / Bracelets: Kendra Scott, David Yurman (here and here)
For years I avoided wearing multiple denim pieces together, despite endless J.Crew style guides showing models rocking the look. I have found that the key to the look (at least for me) is to make sure the pieces aren’t too close to the same shade of denim. I usually opt for super dark jeans and a lighter chambray top like in this look. I’ve seen people make it look good with pieces that are a little closer to the same color, but for me, this is how I can wear it comfortably. I love the simplicity of a look like this because it pretty much acts as a blank canvas, allowing you to pair whatever shoes, bag, jewelry, etc. you want! I wore this look the evening of the 4th of July for a family cookout while we were in Colorado, so I chose to stick to red, white, and blue pieces. This bag from Rebecca Minkoff gets a TON of use. It is the perfect size. I am absolutely obsessed with these striped flats I bought from J.Crew last year. In fact, I wanted them so badly that when I bought them they were sold out of my typical size 7, so I bought a 6 1/2 and decided I would make them work! 🙂
Oh, and I have to tell all you preggos out there…these maternity jeans are by far the most comfortable jeans I have ever worn. They are legging jeans by AG Jeans sold by A Pea in the Pod, which means they have a way more comfortable belly panel than any other maternity pants I have ever found. They are pricey, but worth every penny. I actually put off buying them my first pregnancy, because I felt silly spending so much on a pair of jeans to wear short term. This pregnancy, I couldn’t resist. I had to have them. And I have to say, I am so glad I chose to splurge on them. Comfort is key when pregnant!!