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Reformation Tee + Denim

Los Angeles Style Blogger wearing Reformation top and jeansFashion Blogger wearing Reformation and Free People BagLos Angeles Style Blogger wearing Reformation, Free People bag, Baker Boy Hat and Marc Fisher BootiesCalifornia Blogger wearing Free People Fur grab bag and Reformation shirt

When I saw that Reformation was having a sale during Black Friday I knew I had to pick up some more pieces! I love these jeans so much that I thought I’d try out another denim style. If you like stretchy, legging-like denim these are not the jeans for you. I like the Reformation denim styles because the denim is really sturdy and thick with no stretch. The material does loosen up over time but it’s not “stretchy”. I feel like it gives the denim a classic, vintage feel.

I was drawn to this pair because of the seam detail down the front and back. I wish they fit a little tighter like they do on the model but the next size down was too tight on my waist (still have a little “pudge” from pregnancy!). Since they are a little looser it gives off more of a “mom jean” style which I’m ok with. Although, apparently some people have strong negative feelings about high waisted, 80’s style denim. Did you see the troll on Pretty Little Fawn’s Instagram post? I can’t believe some people take the time out of their day to make comments like that!

I also picked up this tee from Reformation. I obviously love the stripes and I felt like this tee had a vintage vibe to it too and paired perfectly with the jeans. I added my patent leather booties and fur bag for some texture and my baker boy hat just for fun! I think the whole look definitely has a retro feel to it!

Even though Reformation’s prices are a little high, I love their commitment to sustainability and responsible manufacturing so I’m ok with paying a little more. The pieces are also designed in LA and made in the US whenever possible. I’m really trying to fill my closet with more conscious pieces instead of fast fashion.

Outfit Details:
Reformation Tee
Reformation Denim
Marc Fisher Booties
Free People Fur Bag
Brixton Hat
Madewell Earrings (similar)
Ray-ban Sunglasses

Now onto Flashback Fashion Friday’s! Here’s a look from last December. Grana is a brand that I love for transparent pricing. They use quality materials but without the markup! This dress is from their affordable cashmere collection.

Jeans and a Teacup wearing a Grana Cashmere Sweater Dress and Marc Fisher Booties

Our picks this week are Shauna from Lipgloss and Lace and Tilden from To Be Bright!

Adri and I would love for you to link up your fashion posts for a chance to be featured next week!

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Linking Up:
Rachel the HatFashion Should Be FunA Pocketful of Polkadots, Threads for ThomasLizzie In Lace, Shelbee on the Edge, Northwest Mountain Living & Style


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  1. Such a vintage vibe with this outfit – it made me smile though as I remember having a pair of jeans like that with the seam down the middle when I was younger. I was so excited to buy them Can’t remember if I sold or donated them, but they are no longer in my wardrobe.

    Thank you for the link up!

    Hope you are having a good week so far and all your Christmas preparation is going well! I’m so behind with wrapping presents – need to do more this weekend!

    Away From The Blue Blog

    1. Thanks Mica! I wish I could say that I used to own a cool pair of jeans like this when I was growing up but I was SO not stylish when I was younger…haha. Everything old is new again, right? Have a great weekend! I haven’e even done my Christmas shopping yet so I have a lot to do! 🙂

  2. I absolutely love the vintage style of this outfit! The beret and sunglasses really add a cool flair to the look, and your hair is flawless. I totally love the way you paired those jeans with your striped shirt. SO cute!
    Thank you for linking up this week!

    ~xo Sheree

  3. I cannot believe people have time to write so much negative things either. Anyhow I haven’t worn 80s jeans yet but I am willing to try a pair. You rock yours and I do believe those Reformation jeans with the seaming in the front are beautiful on you. Love the 80s yet modern vibes of this outfit, definitely updated for 2017. Welcome by and linkup with me, Jess. =)

  4. Totally loving that front seam on the jeans! It’s such a fun, extra little detail. I’m with you on trying to fill my closet with more conscious pieces – not always easy to do but so worth it in the long run!

    Kathryn • simplykk.com