Tag Archives: mom jeans


16 Jul


Tee: Hand-me-down from Javar

Jeans: ‘Mom Jeans’ (BDG)


IDK Part 2

16 Jul


This look is just a remix of the previous post. To go from day, to a chilly night I ditched the shorts and kimono and threw on these jeans and a cardi to keep me warm. Although it is July, this particular night was quite chilly (to me). Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!

Bodysuit: Mandee’s

Sweater: F21

Jeans: Top Shop

Sandals: JCP (old)

Bracelets: Random; Chanel; Tory Burch

Hat to the Back

20 May


Ok, if you don’t already own a pair of Mom jeans I suggest you go out and get a pair! They are so versatile. Just like any other pair of jeans you can dress them up with heels or dress them down with sneakers or a casual boot. I know you’re probably thinking, “Who wants to wear a pair of jeans that don’t flatter your figure?”. Yes, I partially agree with that. They do flatten your booty so if you are lacking a bit in the back, they make it look even flatter. I don’t care about that but some of you may. I like that they give a whole different look then a pair of skinny, boyfriend, straight leg or even flared jeans. I guess because I have a thing with pieces from decades past, I adore them! The plus side to Mom jeans is that they make your waist look smaller due to the higher rise! Now tell me who doesn’t want the illusion of a smaller waist! Oh yeah, this is another pair of sneakers that I’ve added to my closet. You can never go wrong with an all white sneak. It’s just that they are very rare nowadays. Every pair has some color incorporated but I prefer an all white pair too. Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!

Shirt: ?? (JCP)-super old

Mom Jeans: Top Shop

Sneakers: JC by Jeffrey Campbell

Fashion Cities

19 Feb


Casual attire consisting of a pair of high waist jeans, a sweatshirt and some sneaks. You can’t get anymore basic than that! The sneakers I picked up around Christmas time. I was drawn to them because they reminded me of a pair of DKNY boots that I had back in the day. Why didn’t I keep them? I say that often about pieces I remember having and wish that I currently still owned. That’s why I have a hard time getting rid of pieces now. I always think, now what if I get rid of it and then want it back several years later? That’s why I keep alot of my clothes for years!!! You never know when I get that urge to pull out a piece from the archives. Well, I digress! Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!

Sweatshirt: Rainbow

Jeans: Top Shop

Sneakers: Bongo

Hat and Choker: F21

Momma’s Home

16 Jan


You either love them or you hate them! The “Mom” jean that is. I love them, as you can see. There’s nothing very flattering about them but I don’t care. I like that they give you a look that most women won’t do. I like that they are a still that’s vintage without having to hunt down a pair in a thrift store. If you don’t have a booty these jeans surely won’t give the illusion of having one. But that’s all I’m going to say about the “Mom” jean. I’m finally wearing one of the skinny scarves that I purchased quite a while back. You can style a skinny scarf as an accessory in place of a necklace or you can layer them with a necklace(s). I hope your having a great weekend! God Bless!

Shirt: Rainbow

Jeans: Old Navy High Rise

Scarf: Asos

Booties: BCBG

Hat: F21

Mom’s the Word

20 Oct

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The “Mom Jean”. I’m kind of obsessed with these. I agree with you, I don’t know why either. They aren’t very figure flattering. They make crotch look long, as if it’s right up under your boobs. Your but appears longer and flatter than it actually is. And God knows that some of us who don’t have much back there to begin with don’t need that kind of optical illusion, haha! But I am drawn to them, nonetheless. What’s your take on the “Mom Jean”? Do you or would you wear them?

Shirt: Hollister (old)

Mom Jeans: Top Shop

Booties: Old Navy (very old)