Elevating Your Favourite Blue Jeans

We all need a favourite pair of blue jeans in our wardrobes. You know, the pair that are 100% comfortable, the pair that just seem to match everything, the pair you think about putting on as soon as the weekend hits…

But how do you re-style your blue jeans to get out of the ‘sneakers, t shirt, leather jacket’ rut?

Today we’re taking a fresh approach to the blue jean and styling it with pieces that would typically be worn in a more formal environment. We want to inspire you to start thinking about your entire wardrobe and how it can all work together to create some beautiful signature outfits of yourvey own.

Keep scrolling to get the tips on elevating your favourite pair of blue jeans!

Outfit secret: Anna Kate wore this look to day two at New Zealand Fashion week! Who would have though such a casual pair of jeans could be Fashion Week material!?

To re-create a look like this one, you’re going to have to think a little beyond obvious choices (no t-shirts, no button ups, no sneakers). This is the perfect time to dig deep into your wardrobe. We recommend setting half an hour aside to have a play with what your already have to really create some fashion forward outfits!

Styling Tips:

// Wearing white with blue jeans will create a fresh, spring/summer look
// Co-ordinating certain colours throughout the outfit will present a more fashion forward look
// Clash your fabrics, in this case we went for a beautiful silk scarf, faux fur and a tightly woven knit
// Developing on that point, increase the complexity of your look by having four or more different textures
// Carefully select your accessories. Points are instantly a more formal choice of footwear and are currently available in a huge variety of heel heights!

We want to hear from you! Let us know if you tried your own version of this look in the comments below or message us on Facebook!


Wearing: Decjuba vest, Portmans top, Levi’s 711 jeans, Atmos & Here shoes, Le Specs sunglasses.

On Location: Viaduct Events Centre

Photography: Charlotte Turner