I know this post is supposed to be about my outfit, but geez why does my FitBit keep photo-bombing me. LOL. I'm usually good at taking it off, but lately, I've forgotten it's on my wrist. Let me also keep it real, I hate when I'm working out or walking, and I miss a chance to include my activity. Maybe I have FitBitaphobia (the fear of missing a chance to include one single solitary step). I just made that up. I've been wearing once since November, now all of a sudden it's showing up in my photos.
Now to the look, the denim on denim look is a super easy and chic look that anyone can accomplish. It's a go-to for me when needing to achieve a casual, but cute look. I get a lot of inquiries on jeans with the common question, "Do you wear jeans? In the past, I didn't wear a lot of jeans, because jeans are a hard fit, but in the last couple years, the plus-size offerings on denim have gotten better in all price ranges. The Slink jeans fit great for those of use that have large thighs. If you are looking for a more budget friendly option you can check out these jeans from Target.
Style Notes: These jeans are from Slink. I'm normally a size 26 in jeans, and I am wearing a size 24. Although the jeans are snug, I am actually surprised how well they fit. Slink Jeans stop at a size 24, so if you are 26, you could be able to wear them. One thing I really like about these jeans is the way they are distressed. This denim shirt had sleeves, and I cut them off. The arms were small and just decided I didn't need the arms. LOL. With denim shirts, because of the rustic nature, doing cutting off the sleeves and leaving out the raw edges looks manufactured. My shoes are from ShoeOfPrey. I designed these myself, so you would have to design a similar pair to get them.