KUT From The Kloth Mia Toothpick Skinny in Young Review on Denimology
I love printed denim! There, I said it. I’ve been convinced. It wasn’t long ago that I feared diving into the world of denim with a visible texture, and I’m not entirely sure why. I’m glad I can dig them now, though, and they’ve become a fun addition to my wardrobe! Good thing my tastes grew just in time for summer, when colors and patterns and everything fun once again emerges from our closets to hit the sun’s rays and everything that comes with it in style…festivals, beach parties, shopping trips…you name it. KUT From The Kloth‘s Spring 2014 lookbook is blooming with fun warm weather looks, and so it wasn’t difficult for me to choose which jean I would review when I was given an opportunity to write a review for the brand. So, without further ado, here’s a KUT From The Kloth Mia Toothpick Skinny in Young review!
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Trying Out KUT From The Cloth
One of my next reviews for Denimology will be for a new Spring 2014 style from KUT From The Kloth! This brand is pretty new to me, and I am totally enamored with this print! This is the Mia Toothpick Skinny in Young. Unfortunately it’s not available yet, but it will be soon! As mentioned in some of my earlier posts, printed denim finally grew on me, and I’ve been having a lot of fun playing around with it and experimenting with being bolder in my personal style. Since it’s so creatively flexible, I see it more as a fun, casual thing than an “out-on-the-town” nightlife thing, when I usually wear dark denim (unless the print is dark). Here, I paired it with a cheap coat I got from Forever 21 (honestly, I rarely visit that store for various reasons…I usually only go for if I have something in mind I need quickly for a party or whatnot, and I’d been craving a fleece peacoat for awhile, and found this one for $20 so I thought why not…and I actually love it), a soft slub shirt from Old Navy, my favorite boots ever from American Eagle, and a cheap-o black cap I found for $19 at a gas station (again, one of those why not items that I was looking around for anyway). I love neutrals, but I love pairing them with some color! I’ve been a bit obsessed with burgundy lately for some reason, which is strange because I hated it as a kid.
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