Fashion Inspiration: 9 Creative Ways to Style your Mom Jeans

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Mom Jeans.

They’re retro, they’re chic and no, they are not for your Mom.

These 90’s inspired, oft high-waist, trendily ill-fitting, straight leg jeans are back again, hotter than ever.

From numerous pages on Instagram, to pictures on pintrest and different blogs, these jeans have made an applause-worthy comeback.

Gone are the days of twerking and jumping into your jeans! These babies fit everyone: skinny, curvy, petite, plus-sized or broad.

Like all other articles of clothing, the beauty of these retro jeans lies in pairing them suitably.

Check out some style inspo material on how to pair and wear these loose-fitting beauties.

1. A Minimalist Approach to Things

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Simple is always classy. Pair your mom jeans with form fitting turtlenecks or plain white tees for that relaxed, innocently sexy, girl-next-door look.

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This ensemble can be worn with sandals, kitten heels or white canvas kicks and is perfect for picnics, a night out with the girls and everything in between.

2. Crop Tops, Please.

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Ah yes. The beloved mid-riff baring tops. For the bolder souls, take things up a notch wearing your mom jeans with a crop top. This would help to accentuate your waist, especially when worn with a belt. Roll up the hems of the jeans for added effect.

 

3. To Rip or Not to Rip.

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From modest little slashes to take-it-out-of-park, ends-fraying gashes, rips are a sure way of glamming up your jeans and giving you that fashionably crazy look. Take a walk on the wild side by pairing your ripped mom jeans with heels, crop tops or off-shoulder tops.

4. Blazers

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You can never go wrong with a blazer. For all you 9 to 5ers, salvation is here. Combining a pair of mom jeans with blazers gives you that relaxed, upscale air. This très chic outfit is perfect for work on Fridays and super relaxed business meetings.

 

5. Kimonos

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For an über relaxed look, kimonos to the rescue. This Japanese inspired cloth item is a statement piece in every sense of the word. When paired with mom jeans, the resultant effect is electric!

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Perfect for dinner dates, meet-and-greets, family outings and a hangout with the girls.

6. Killer Heels, Sneakers or Ankle Boots. Choose your Poison

 

Shoes are a girl’s best friend. From stilettoes, espadrilles, gladiator sandals and heels to boyfriend shoes, canvas kicks and ankle booties, mom jeans boast a versatility that most articles of clothing can’t.

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A combo of heels and mom jeans is perfect for a dressy vibe. You know, for that relaxed business meeting in a sleepy restaurant or a semi-formal seminar.

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Sneakers bring a casual but with-it approach to the table. This Instagram worthy combination will have the likes and compliments rolling in.

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The combination of ankle booties and mom jeans is a very suave and urbane one that has captured numerous hearts- and camera lenses. Roll up your hems or fray them for that extra dash of sassy. To finish off this look, do wear a poker face.

7. Trench Coats

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Another fine way to dress up your mom jeans. In addition to looking classy and mysterious, this gripping combination screams diva and is a good way to nail a first impression. So what are you waiting for? Trench away!

8. Plaid for a Full-on Retro Look

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For an earthy and dependable look, pair your mom jeans with plaid tops. These lumberjack shirts will help you achieve a comfy and disarming retro look. A plaid vest, jacket or scarf also has the same effect. To get some amazing plaid (lumberjack) tops, check out @beniscostores on IG.

 

9. Denim on Denim

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There is nothing like too much denim! To nail a contemporary, biker girl look, pair your mom jeans with your favorite denim jacket and ankle booties. Urban chic doesn’t get better than this, folks.

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