If the jeans were not so absurdly low rise, i might like them. As it is, this is just awful. The super uncomfortable looking shoes, so high arc he’d she looks about to tip over, the clunky jeans that look like they are about a one icy rise struggling to stay up on her hips, the one mile torso look made worse by the coatâ€¦isn’t her mid section cold? Its a completely impractical looking outfit.
Jenna looks great. Only way to improve this is to wear a pair of tights. That way your feet are warm and tights would draw even more interest to those cuuuuute shoes and you’d get a peek of color thru the hole at the knee.
I like the way she’s doing neon too, it’s just enough.
I love when you add personal comments. This outfit doesn’t fit to my eye. I like the jeans on her but not with the heels. I definitely like this style of spacious jeans more than the Mom jeans you highlighted the other day.
Ten to one those are vintage jeans, I love me a pair of great broken in jeans. I inherited (stole from dad when they did not fit him anymore) 5 or so pairs of jeans, he was tall and very thin when he was younger- aka instant 1960′s worn boy jeans! I wore them in high school, college and even have two pair left- my best friend to this day is like is that another pair I hate you, those are perfect.
I totally agree that that is the shape you were just talking about the other day. Honestly, I wasn’t a big fan of the outfits the french girls were wearing that you posted. Jenna is my all time fav girl crush though–I love seeing how she interprets this surely up & coming trend. Great photo, Scott!
Wow! I love everything about this look! The jeans are just the right length and width, the shoes are to die for, the jacket is gorgeous with that fur collar (or scarf?) and the pop of neon just adds a touch of Spring. 10/10 as far as I am concerned!
I appreciate how the cut of those jeans are more practical than they are aesthetically pleasing. They are relaxed, lived in and normal-they do they job, and frankly, I find that refreshing, more relatable. Paired with a killer fur coat, purse, and shoes, Jenna makes this cut her own. I hope this cut stays in style for awhile! p,s. I love the sophisticated touch of the whit cuffs folded neatly outside of the jacket.
love, love, love Jenna! the jeans can be found on the Madewell website, i am pretty sure, they are Chimala. there used to be 2 styles but now only 1 offered. i believe her pair are sold out… i want to spend the day in her closet!!!!
I am in a clear minority, but this look is not eclectic, it’s poorly matched . Being a beautiful tall woman , Jenna can wear a sack and that’s exactly what she is doing. I don’t understand all the adulation that’s pouring over this misfit ensemble. Common, folks, be reasonable.
I love the look. Her outfit is made up of basic pieces that all have a little somethin’ special to make them less boring. Jeans, heels, white shirt, fabulous jacket/scarf. All neutral with a pop of neon from the bag. Seriously, what’s not to like?
I love the look. All the pieces are basic with a little somethin’ special to make them less boring. Jeans, heels, white shirt, fabulous jacket/scarf. All neutral with a pop of neon. Seriously, what’s not to like?
Here is my challenge to the Fashionistas: do not wear jeans for a year.
Do not wear ripped jeans, wide jeans, cropped jeans, skinny jeans, jeggings, McQueen slouch jeans, designer jeans, supermarket jeans or any other jeans in any way shape or form.
A little late on my end…but that jacket could be made with some scrumptious cashmere, then bound with a faux leather topped off with a fur collar probably for a lot less than this jacket actually cost.