Happy Monday Noobs! I hope you had a great weekend. My weekend was a busy one with work, but I was able to slow down a little bit and relax on Sunday. I've been eyeing the very-popular destroyed black skinny jeans, and have been searching for a pair of my own. Unfortunately, I'm not prepared to shell out the $200+ required to bring a pair of these bad boys home. So what's a Noob to do? DIY of course! I used the same methods in my DIY destroyed denim shorts tutorial, and went to town on a pair of old black skinny jeans that were just collecting dust in my closet. The results definitely satisfy my need for a pair of ripped black jeans, and are perfect for a lazy Sunday of doing errands and eating Pho. Read on to see how the jeans turned out, and for all outfit details.
|Black Jeans - DIY, T-shirt - Club Monaco, Jacket - Danier Leather|
Plaid Blanket Scarf - Zara, Clutch - Clare Vivier (sold out - VERY similar)
I must sound like a broken record, but I absolutely love this plaid blanket scarf from Zara, and have barely taken it off all month! The material is so incredible soft and warm, and the bright plaid adds a fun element to even the most casual outfits. I love this blanket scarf so much, that I already have my order placed at Zara for the other colour!
What do you think of the DIY destroyed black denim?
That scarf is AMAZING! I love Zara scarves, they're so cozy. You look fantastic here xxReplyDelete
Thanks Lena! I'm a diehard fan of these scarves too - nothing like literally wearing a blanket to make you feel warm and cozy!Delete
Love the destroyed denim! It's ridiculous how expensive it is for a pair, so much easier to just DIY your own. Also, love love love that scarf. All ready for Canadian hibernation ;)ReplyDelete
Kris | www.love-loft-life.com
Canadian Hibernation all the way! I can't believe the price of the destroyed black denim! I almost bought a pair in a weak moment, but am so glad that I decided to DIY instead (and so is my credit card.)Delete
Love love love this outfit, I love the combination of animal print and tartan. I really need to get to work on my one jeans I just keep forgetting :)ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Claire - I've had this DIY on my 'to-do' list since August!! I'm glad that you like the outfit! :)Delete
You look absolutely perfect - the draping of the scarf is stunning, girl! Your DIY destroyed denim is on point - J Brand ain't got nothing on you :) xoxReplyDelete
Haha, you're the best Allison - thanks so much! xoDelete
Thank you! It's one of my favourites :)ReplyDelete