3 Ways to Style Burgundy Jeans: Blush Poncho
Good morning and welcome back to 26 Days of Fall Fashion! Everyone seems to like it when I show multiple ways to style something, so this is part one of three ways to style burgundy jeans. Since I’m doing an outfit every day this month, I’m going to break it up into three posts.
I’ve also started tagging my posts based on some of the pieces I’m wearing that I tend to repeat, and those tags can be found at the end of every post. They’re clickable so you can easily see other ways I’ve styled some of my wardrobe basics. For example, on this post I have tags for burgundy jeans as well as poncho outfit. I hope you find that helpful.
Today I’m styling burgundy jeans with an open fringe poncho in blush.
I really like pairing burgundy with blush. This poncho is Lucky Brand, and it’s made of merino wool with a touch of cashmere so it’s super soft, cozy, and warm.
They call the color mink, but I’m calling it blush because it definitely has pink undertones. I wore a white long sleeve tee underneath. This is a great basic tee. It’s 100% cotton, which I always find more flattering than tees with spandex. It’s a great length and it’s not see-through.
I could wear booties with this outfit, but I opted to dress it up a bit with black ballet flats and a coordinating black shoulder bag. The bag is from last year so I don’t have a link, but I found some great options if you’re looking for suggestions. I find myself carrying it when I wear these shoes because it’s the only black bag I have with gold hardware.
I’ve shared these shoes before. I picked them up at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, and they’re a great closet basic. I find myself gravitating to them even more than I thought I would. I’ll link to some other options below because the price is up there and they’re also getting sold out. Frankly, I find the Tory Burch Minnie flats way more comfortable, but I do like the look of these a lot.
As I often do with an open cardigan, I wore a long pendant necklace. A long pendant with an outfit like this serves two purposes. It breaks up the expanse of white t-shirt, and it draws the eye in and down to the waist which helps create the illusion of that coveted hourglass silhouette.
I wish this pendant were about an inch longer. It is adjustable, but I have it on the longest setting. I probably need to get a necklace extender to use in situations like this.
Also, these jeans fit great and they’re really comfortable. They’re also back on sale. (They were another #NSale purchase.) Size down if you’re in between; otherwise they’re TTS.
Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the fall outfit she’s styling today!
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