Today I’m styling this coral denim jacket. My Old Navy jacket is sold out, so I linked a very similar jacket from Loft.
I’m a huge fan of a denim jacket, and this is such a pretty shade.
I went super simple with this outfit and threw the coral jacket on over a white tee with my favorite distressed jeans. My exact jeans are sold out, but these similar ones are available. I think it would also be cute over a navy top or tee, but I love the fresh, springy combination of coral and white and the way it pairs with this mid-wash denim.
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My first inclination was to wear grey ballet flats, and then I decided leopard flats would be a fun addition to the look. I can also wear this with my espadrille wedges when the weather warms up, and I can see it with white Converse for a casual weekend look.
I don’t know what Dottie said to me at that moment, but it must have been funny.
I accessorized with a silver layered necklace and a few of my favorite David Yurman pieces.
If you’re looking for jeans with a similar look at a lower price point, check out the Old Navy Rockstar destructed skinny jeans.
This necklace totally takes the guesswork out of layering. It’s also a 3-in-1, so I can separate the shorter pendant and just have a long double-layered necklace, or I can wear the short pendant by itself. I usually keep the three pieces together, though. It’s perfect with v-neck tops.
This simple outfit formula could work for any color denim jacket — or any color blazer, for that matter. Feel free to sub your favorite jeans in any style, and if you don’t have leopard flats, a neutral would be just fine. I do like the pop of the pattern in the shoes, though.
Have a great Monday!
Loft coral denim jacket // perfect white tee (10% off with code Jolynne10) // Similar AG skinnies (similar for less here) // leopard flats (similar for less) // similar Michael Kors hobo ( crossbody at Target for $29) // layered necklace // triad earrings // David Yurman link bracelet // similar two-tone watch
photo credit: Dottie Foley
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