This is fast becoming my uniform as of late: ‘oh you know, just jeans and a nice top’.
 It’s just so simple, yet effective. Being a vintage shop owner and selling vintage denim definitely has it’s perks when it comes to finding the perfect fit vintage jeans, I tell you.

I’m usually working in my shop, running to the post office, walking Stan or shooting so this has become my new favourite combination, for both style and comfort. Add a jacket/alternate between long or short sleeves where necessary, haha.

I’ve been extremely lucky over the past few months, I’ve got a dream fitting pair of light wash 501s (finally) some incredible Wrangler off-white jeans, some cool white Levis, the softest wide leg flares and these ones I’m wearing here, some looser fitting, slightly flared Levis, which I cut, these are 525s. This coming from the girl who used to hate jeans! I guess I just never found the right pair (or pairs, haha). 

I’ve now got it lucky being able to go through hundreds of pairs to find ones that suit me (yes I still have to trawl through loads, so many I would love to suit me, sadly just don’t, as hard as I try) but I’m learning lots about finding pairs to suit my shape and slowly introducing styles I wouldn’t normally go for into my wardrobe.

Floral Top: c/o Nobody’s Child
Jeans: Vintage Levi’s Waiste Vintage
Boots: Matisse
Basket Bag: Dream Baskets

Photography: Kaye Ford

I usually like to keep it quite girly when styling jeans and I usually opt for either a cream ruffle or embroidered blouse, a wrap/tie blouse or a cute floral top like this pretty yellow one from Nobodys Child. This brand is a current favourite of mine, I’ve got the skirt to match in this pattern too.  Barkin basket and fringe jacket optional.




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