From Casual To Classic: Styling a Denim Jacket

Psssstttt be sure to enter my first ever Instagram loop giveaway, a collaborative effort with NINE other Nashville bloggers! It ends tomorrow (1/3/15). Head over to Instagram for the details. I’m giving away one item (winner’s choice) valued up to $100 from Lee.com, such as the Dylan denim jacket I feature below!

Happy 2015 ya’ll! Welcome to my first Fashion Friday post of the year. One of the concepts I really honed in on last year was “shopping your closet” (thank you to Katie from Effortless Style for her guest post last summer).

I realize that while I may not have a Beyonce-size closet, I do have a lot of great classic foundational pieces that can be mixed and matched. I like to think of my style as “real-mom style.” While I’m no fashionista, I enjoy looking nice at work and putting together fun outfits when I go out, but let me tell ya’ll I can rock my old tees and yoga pants at home like nobody’s business!

I’ve been working with Lee Jeans for a couple of years now and they recently sent me new skinny jeans in basic black, which I love! They also sent me a fantastic classic denim jacket. Now it’s been years since I’ve owned a denim jacket, but I was pleasantly surprised at how easily I could add it to my existing pieces for different looks. I work at a marketing agency with a fairly casual dress code, so a denim jacket is the perfect layering piece, especially for the sometimes fickle weather we have here in Nashville. Check it out! My favorite looks paired my new Lee Dylan denim jacket with dresses and boots, especially my feminine and flowy emerald green Forever 21 dress I found last September!

Denim Jacket Looks

For more outfit inspiration, check out my Denim Jacket Style board on Pinterest!

Do you own a denim jacket? Which look that I’ve featured is your fave?

I’m participating in Fashion Friday, which is hosted by some of my favorite bloggers such as Jo-Lynne Shane.

 

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