Ok, I’ll admit it. Any opportunity I get to wear boyfriend jeans and heels I take full advantage of, sue me! I don’t know what it is about this combo but it is truly one of my favorites. It could be the drastic contrast of the two pieces or just the fact that I am obsessed with heels and will literally throw them on with any and everything. Regardless, heels can elevate any look even on your most casual of days. For this ensemble I opted for a light salmon pair of distressed jeans to add a pop of color for the season, and finished the look off with some multicolored lucite heels to add a bold statement. Because the bottom half of this outfit was so intense, I kept the top half extremely simple while still adding a bit of interest with the cut out tank and faux leather biker vest to match the edginess of the jeans. With this look accessories can definitely be left minimal. I challenge you to try switching things up and reach for some heels even on those more relaxed days. Casual doesn’t always have to equal flats you know! 😉

Outfit Details & Links:

Vest- similar here

Top- Zara

Jeans- Urban Outfiters

Heels- Miista










  1. Nailed it! U always manage 2 add just enuf edge 2 ur outfits 2 keep it interesting. Cool & refreshing, just like a tropical drink. The shoes r 2 die 4 & adds yet another dimension 2 this alredy city cool ensemble . Luv the way u work it!!

    • Thanks so much just doing what I love. PS- love the “tropical drink” metaphor. I’ll have to use that 😉

  2. This look is to die for. I would steal those shoes right off your feet, if I could wear heels. I love them. This is a great summer look. Keep up the great work my niece. I’m so proud of you.

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