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The Ellos Denim Guide

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by Emma Elwin on 1 September, 2017

Just before summer, I teamed up with Ellos to share some of my favorite styling hacks for jeans. My approach when it comes to this particular garment is that jeans should be for everyone and made to fit you—not the other way around.

My favorite jeans style is a timeless and bright blue one with quite straight legs. I think it works well with basically everything and is the perfect style if you want the choice of rolling up the hem to show a little ankle (which I do). My second favorite style would definitely be a pair of high waisted jeans that marks your waist and gives you more of a curvy silhouette that highlights the frame.

And if you’re into some DIY: One thing I love to do is to give an old pair of jeans a quick update by adding some patches. It’s super fun and gives the garment tons of personality. Also, if you have a tear, a patch is the perfect cover-up.

See the films where I give all my best tips here!

 

In collaboration with Ellos.


1 Comment

Anna: Hej! Undrar, vad heter klockmodellen du har, och hur många millimeter är uret? Tack för svar! /A
March 25, 2018

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