Holly Phan Photography

When I think of THE staple in every woman’s closet, I immediately think of the perfect pair of jeans. I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect pair of blue jeans and was fortunate enough to win these amazing pair of Denimocracy jeans through The Hanh Solo x Denimocracy Instagram Contest!

 I am in love with this cuffed crop pair of jeans. Whether I’m heading to class or heading to many of the local festivals around the Seattle area, I know these are my go-to jeans for any spring look. Here’s how I styled this look:

 First let’s talk about the jeans. This lighter washed, skinny jean fits me just right! I’m usually a little worried about not being able to try on jeans before I buy them. But these Denimocracy jeans did not have that problem. This perfect pair of jeans fit me so well that I truly feel like they were made for me. There wasn’t any need to wear a belt or have them hemmed. I love them wearing rolled up or roll down to the ankle.

Now let’s talk about a spring trend I’ve been noticing: Spring + Intimates =
Springtimates. Yes I made up this word but I think it’s the perfect way to
describe the movement towards softer, lighter bras or intimate wear. I
anticipated and saw this trend make the scene as early as fall with PINK’s
triangle date bra, bandeaus, and bralettes. Now I’m seeing this trend flourishing through spring with Free People’s
collection of soft bras made of lace and cotton. In this look, I paired my
turquoise & pink bralette with a flowing tank. This loose, cream top allows
my soft bra to flirtatiously peek through, embracing a fun spring look.

Lastly, let’s talk about the accessories. In this look, I
kept the main focus on the jeans and the soft bra by
accessorizing lightly. I wore my two-toned flats and complemented the look with
a vintage Dooney & Bourke bag and silver rings. My mom found this all leather bag at a
thrift store for $2!

Outfit details:

Denimocracy Jeans – Denimocracy

Cream Flowing Tank – Urban Outfitters

Triangle Date Bra – PINK by Victoria’s Secret

Dolce Vita Flats – Nordstrom Rack

Dooney & Bourke Bag – Thirft Store

Rings – Goodwill


Grab your own pair of Denimocracy Jeans here:website: http://www.denimocracyusa.com/
Buy the Beatnik Cuffed Crop Denimocracy Jeans that I’m wearing in this look: Beatnik Crop Jeans
Check out one of my favorite Style Blogger’s Hanh: http://thehanhsolo.com/


Thank you for reading! 

Love,
Emma

Holly Phan Photography. Instagram: @hollypopss

Little black dress meet the world, world meet the little black dress. Now that you’ve met, here are three things for spring to make statement with a the #LBD.

1. The Little Black Dress: is arguably one of the most iconic pieces a woman could have in her closet. When searching for the perfect LBD, keep in mind where you’d like to take it For me, I needed a LBD that could go from class to late night happy hour with a swap of shoes and a touch of accessories. So naturally, I fell in love with this cotton black dress. I absolutely love how the material fell and made natural softer pleated waves.

2. The Statement:  It wouldn’t be spring without a statement necklace, so try layering two complementing necklaces with your LBD. Try a stone necklace and contrast it with a smaller piece like a golden feather. Statement necklaces are such a fun way to glam up a look especially if you’re wearing a simple dress.

3. Mixing Black & Brown (Spring Trend Alert!): One thing I’ve been noticing this spring is the pairing of brown & black. It may seem challenging at first, pairing two standard neutrals, but one way to achieve this style trend is color blocking with clothing and shoes. In this look, I paired brown heeled booties with the LBD and tied it together with a vintage floral printed bag. I finished the look with a strong statement around my neck and slight gold accents on my wrist.

Outfit Details:
Brown Heeled Booties – Nordstrom
Black Dress – Zara
Pink Stone Statement Necklace – Forever 21
Golden Feather Statement Necklace – Rue 21
Vintage Floral Pritned Bag – Goodwill
Guest Star – Manji the Corgi (My photographer Holly’s dog!)

I hope you enjoyed the post! Thank you for reading!

Love,
Emma