"Thank God! It's Friday." How often do you find yourself saying this? Parties, date nights or quiet times with friends and family- whatever makes up your calendar, it's always nice to shake things up for the weekend. Surprise your girl friends or your partner by choosing a different route than your everyday sweatpants and blue jeans. With so many covetable styles at your disposal, why settle for anything less?
Colored denim is one of the best inventions lately. It offers the comfort of your familiar jeans, yet keeps things vibrant and different for the eyes. Make a statement with reds, mustards, indigos, and greens, pair them with a neutral chunky sweater or a loose blouse, and put the look together with complementing shoes. Macy's Style & Co. makes it easier to embrace the trend without splurging.
Go out with coated jeans
Add a funky touch of leather when you incorporate coated jeans to your fashion regime. Make the look evening appropriate by combining black boots and a leather moto jacket. Willing to ease into the trend? Kohl's new line, Rock & Republic, has economical coated jeans for your shopping indulgence.
Add a touch of peplum
The feminine silhouette that's making big waves is the peplum. Different from the usual, the flounce adds drama and interest to an otherwise everyday outfit. The next time you're headed out, try a lace peplum top with your blue jeans or a solid white peplum blouse with a skirt; it spruces up your attire in no time.
Bold prints make an impeccable impression on the onlookers. Try printed jeans this weekend and balance the feel by pairing it with neutrals. Choose colors that complement to make the whole look pleasing to the eyes. For a special evening out, try a watercolor-printed dress; style it with a black leather jacket and booties. Add a clutch to accessorize.
A denim jacket
Never forget the most versatile staple in your closet, a denim jacket. Perfect to combat the light chill of fall days, a light, tailored jacket does wonders to your look. Make it your go-to neutral and style it with colors, hues, and patterns to make a head-turning statement.
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