Casual Connections Part II

Moving on right into Part II of the Casual Connections posts.  Old Navy's skinnies sale is still going on until October 2.  Skinnies are starting out at just $19.  Rolling right into those casual events that promote a little style confusion.  I decided the include the coated jeans (which have somewhat of a leather look) and the tuxedo denim.

Jeans - Old Navy, Top - Target (similar) , Jacket - Vintage, Shoes - Target (similar), Belt - GS Bigcartel

Scenario 3:  Food Truck Date - A new kind of date, food trucks provide a fun and different way to get to know someone or have a date night.  Those darn food truck dates are so confusing though.  You will be outside and most likely standing up while eating.  I decided to work the coated jeans which are apart of the Old Navy's Rockstar collection.  They give that night time feel with that casual comfort.  I paired with a dark colored blazer just in case of the night time air got chilly and if it got a little to real with the food truck goodies.  Nothing is worse than spilling something on a white top.

Denim - OldNavy, Shirt - Landsend, Cardi - JIBRI (similar), Shoes - Nordstrom Rack

Scenario 4:  Casual Fridays - Before I was a full time blogger, I worked a regular 9-5 like everyone else. Apart of American office attire culture, casual Fridays have become that one day when people take advantage of being in more comfortable clothing.  Just like in most situations, somebody has to take casual Friday too far.  Folks seem to forget quickly that they are still going to work.  I have seen some of worst inappropriate casual Friday attire from shorts, to sweatpants, to just looking like you literally rolled out of bed and picked up the shirt that the dog was sleeping on.  Help them! Anyways, I thought the tuxedo jean was the perfect way to keep it cute and classy for work on those casual days.  With a tuxedo stripe down each leg, these are literally the perfect dress up jean.  

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This post was sponsored by Old Navy Canada.  All opinions are 100% my own.