Fashion | 1st September 2016

Wallis Denim Tried & Tested

Before I head off on my adventure in the USA I had a chance to try out a pair of jeans from the new denim collection by Wallis.  Denim is my weakness and I can't help but hoard jeans but once I find a pair I love, I wear them religiously.  As you know over the last 6 months the straight leg cut has been my go-to shape and now Wallis have created their own version, the 'Harper' which is perfect timing because these are a darker wash which is ideal for Autumn/Winter and a welcome addition to my collection.  Made from a stretch denim fabric they are supper flattering; figure hugging at the thigh and fitting slightly looser around the calves.  I love how a straight leg shoes off my footwear and I always opt for a leg length which falls just above my ankle and the standard length is perfect for that (they do also come in a Petite length). 

In today's look I'm teaming my Harpers with a striped shirt with wide cuffs, layered under a navy blazer.  My Saint Laurent Bag and red suede shoes add a pop of colour to the look.  

    Don't worry if the straight leg cut isn't for you, their denim range caters for all your denim needs;

'Erin' - High Waisted Jegging

'Ellie' - Skinny Fit

'Scarlet' - Boot Cut

'Demi' - Side Zip Slim Leg

Wallis straight leg jeans, red suede aquazzura wild thing sandals, street style
blue pinstripe shirt with wide cuffs, indigo dark wash Wallis straight cut jeans
Wallis straight leg jeans, Aquazzura wild thing red suede sandals, pinstripe shirt, wide cuff shirt, street style details
Red Leather Saint Laurent shopper tote bag, navy blazer
Wallis indigo straight leg jeans, red leather Saint Laurent shopper tote bag, blue pinstripe wide cuff shirt

Outfit Details

Jeans - Wallis (also available in Petite)

Blazer - Boohoo

Shirt - Zara (Similar here)

Shoes - Jessica Buurman

Bag - Saint Laurent

Sunglasses - Ray-Ban

Necklaces - Missoma

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This post was created in collaboration with Wallis, all words and imagery are, as always, my own

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