Three Ways to Wear :: JustFab's Floral Denim

Occasionally I like putting together multiple looks using one piece. I do this on polyvore all the time when I'm bored, actually. But it's fun to create something new using what you find in your closet and making the most out of your wardrobe. JustFab sent me these fun printed skinnies and instead of just wearing them, I wanted to put together three ideas (since everyone isn't me). Actually, the idea of a "lookbook" came from my blogger friend Kat, who makes the most beautiful layouts. I've been playing with it on photoshop and it's pretty easy for me to run into the bedroom, put together a new look, run out to the garage and shoot it on a white backdrop. And I like the way it looks. So thanks for the inspo, Kat :)


Look 1 :: Printed denim might not be appropriate for ALL work places, but anyone in a creative field or casual work environment could wear a funky print with a blazer. This look is also something I'd wear to brunch, coffee, client meetings, etc. It's a way to dress up a trendier piece. I also liked a bright color with the dark print.

Look 2 :: Something I'd throw on for errands or to run to the dog park. Clearly I need a new favorite white tee, this one is not that flattering...but I like wearing a scarf or bold necklace over a slouchy tee to give it some interest. Flats or tennis shoes finish off the look.

Look 3 :: Okay, after I put together all of the looks, I wished that I had either used a bright blazer for the work look (instead of black) or something else here. I think these pants can be styled beyond black and white, but those are definitely the easiest to grab. I wanted to put these with my leather peplum but y'all have seen that a lot lately. So this is my party/concert/going out with girlfriends look.

So there you have it. Three ways to wear some floral(ish) printed denim. Boom. If you want some to play with, JustFab has this print and like a zillion others on their website. I'm loving the new fits of the printed denim and eyeing the painter's palette for my next purchase! They're a soft, stretchy material that I think is TTS for most prints and pretty comfortable.