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"Sometimes it's really good to go back and try clothes that you've always previously ruled out... Different styles, different sizes, changes in your body shape, can mean that something that once wasn't accessible can now be your new best friend."


By Style Me Sunday

Mum of two and blogger Sonntags-Looks, knows a thing or two about making every day dressing look good. Find out how our boyfriend jeans have become her new best friend this autumn...

The weather this autumn has been exceptionally mild, so it's been quite nice not to have to don a heavy coat every time I walk out the front door. Looking all around at the beautiful colours,
I often find that I'm unconsciously reflecting those fabulous autumnal shades in the outfits I've chosen to wear. Have you found yourself doing the same?

I don't tend to wear jeans very often, but I do wear them occasionally. I think I've just had a bit of a falling out with skinny jeans at the moment. They just don't seem to do it for me these days
when I try them on. Although if you're still into your skinnies then White Stuff do have some great options for you to choose from.

The jeans that instantly stood out to me were the boyfriends...

...as I haven't bought a pair of boyfriend cut denim before because they've never fitted me properly. I felt like boyfriend jeans only looked good on women with slim legs, or more specifically slim thighs. The boyfriend jeans I'd always tried on ended up looking like some dodgy-fit skinny jeans that looked tight at the top and baggy below the knees. They never looked like they proclaimed to look like on the models, modelling them. Luckily I was pleasantly surprised by the fit of these White Stuff jeans - at least they look like they are boyfriend cut. They are ultra-comfortable and I've worn them loads lately. I also know they'd look just as great with a pair of heels, for a dressed up yet casual look on a night out drinking cocktails with my girlfriends.

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