Colored Denims – Why the hell not !!

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Hi People. How have u all been. I have been busy vacationing so haven’t really got time to FUF about anything. Apologies for the same and will try to be more regular but you all know how one tends to get lazy during vacations.
Ok, one trend that I have been dying to try out but could never gather the courage to do so has been the colored jeans. My absolute favorite being the Red Denims. I have been seeing the celebs sporting them for a very long time and almost all the brands that sell denim are having them on display which makes it even more difficult to resist. Don’t you think so??

I have been skeptical about how to carry them off, Nevertheless I took the plunge and got myself a pair of Red skinnies and I must say that I am totally loving them.
My inspiration was Irina Shayk. She looks a total knockout in this casual street style.

Now, I am nothing like Irina but this style looked pretty do – able so I said Why the hell Not!!

If you are new to the trend and a little weak at heart then the best way to carry off this trend is to pair your bright colors with neutrals like whites, greys, nudes or blacks.
You could either wear it casually with a pair of flats and a T or up the style ante by wearing it with a blazer or a shirt and a pair of booties.




Denim with denim is another cool option



or go biker chic by adding a cool black leather jacket



But if you are one of the fierce kinds then color block it like SJP

My another favorite must try color is Cobalt Blue. Looks great with White or black





These 2 are my favorite colors but there are various colors available for you all to try.
What better way to wear colors this summer. When the celebs can, why can’t we?
Take inspiration from Jessica Alba and rock the trend. It’s a must try girls.





Have fun with colors and stay stylish

xo

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