May 20

Finding your perfect jeans

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Find your perfect jeans!

Or perhaps your perfect jeans aren't jeans at all? 

Watch this video to find out what my opinion about jeans for the 12 Seasons is, as a personal colour analyst.

The panels shown in the video are from my URSTYLE page. I created these a while back, but I thought it would be useful to collect them all in one handy video.

An observant reader pointed out that I show no examples of white jeans for Bright Winter, and how right they are! 

White can actually be the new black for Bright Winters, and looks amazing with all the colours in the Bright Winter palette. White pants might not be the most practical when dining al fresco, but assuming the seats are reasonably clean, there is absolutely nothing that should stop a Bright Winter from investing in white capris or jeans to wear while visiting outside restaurants and beer gardens!

Look at this, here are black jeans with some great Bright Winter tops:

Black jeans styled for Bright Winter

And here, these same tops with white jeans. Stunningly bright and fresh, and on a silver haired or low contrast Bright Winter, perhaps an even better choice than black jeans:

White jeans styled for Bright Winter

Enjoy, and leave a comment or question below!


Tags

Bright Spring, Bright Winter, Dark Autumn, Dark Winter, Jeans, Light Spring, Light Summer, Soft Autumn, Soft Summer, True Autumn, True Spring, True Summer


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    • Hello Andrea, you are absolutely right, I did not put white jeans in for Bright Winter, which in hindsight I should have done! White is a great alternative to black for Bright Winters. I think I have written elsewhere that white is the new black for Bright Winters, and I should have put examples of that in the line-up. Thanks for reminding me!

  • I love bright colored jeans (green, red, cobalt blue) as a winter too! Usually paired with a white blouse or t-shirt in spring and summer.

    • Hello Nicoleta, thanks for this input! Yes, it is really quite elegant to put the colours on the lower part of the ensemble, instead of on top! A crisp, white shirt on top and then some jeans or trousers in one of your best colours is fresh and a little unusual. Do you find that you repeat that colour in a necklace/earrings/scarf, or do you opt for neutral/metal accessories for the top, leaving the pants to stand alone as the splash of colour in the outfit?

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