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How to style your boyfriend jeans

Denim decoded.

By BTYB Trenery
Regardless of the climate or season, jeans provide the perfect starting point for any outfit. One of the hardest working items in your wardrobe, they can be dressed up or dressed down, depending on the occasion.
The trick to nailing denim? Finding a pair that fits just right. A universally flattering cut, Trenery's Boyfriend Jean is a best-seller for a reason. This mid-waisted jean has room to move through the thigh area and a tapered leg to temper the slouchy silhouette.
If you usually favour skinny jeans over slouchy denim, the idea of a boyfriend cut might sound intimidating. When you invest in a new style, there will always be questions: How will I style them? Will they work with my existing wardrobe? Can I wear them 'out out'?
Here, we explain how to style Trenery's Boyfriend Jean in two of the brand's most popular colours: ecru and blue. Spoiler: It's all about layers!

Ecru boyfriend jeans

For an everyday, about-town look, pair your light-coloured boyfriend jeans with white sneakers and layers of navy blue. With a striped t-shirt and cardigan thrown on top, you'll cut a casual cool figure as you run errands about town. By tucking your t-shirt in, this will define your waist and give your figure some shape.
To style up light demin, throw on a pretty, pastel-hued knit in dusty pink or pale blue. Suddenly, your 'weekend' jean is ready for a mid-week lunch date. As for shoes? Why not add a pair of polished loafers to complete the outfit.

Blue boyfriend jeans

Just quietly, Trenery Boyfriend Jean in Vintage Wash Denim might just be the perfect shade of blue; the wash is bright but not too bright, giving the impression that your jeans have aged impeccably.
Style with your staple t-shirts and linen shirts or throw on a turtleneck when the mercury starts to drop. A camel-coloured coat is a timeless winter staple, adding warmth and sophistication to any daytime look.
It's easy to elevate this style of blue denim – simply add a tailored blazer and heels. Voila!
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