Colored jeans are something every Fashionista has seen this season: from this summer’s biggest color trend, the mint colored jean, to the fall/winter color palette, which includes deep, rich reds like oxblood and wine colored jeans. While these deep reds are starting to pop up all over campus, you cannot deny yourself some holiday cheer with a great pair of bright red jeans.
A pair of red jeans is in my opinion on its way to becoming a staple, right behind white jeans. If worn with the right accessories the red jean can be worn throughout all four seasons. Pair it with a white or black cashmere sweater, like this one from J.Crew. The simplicity of the sweater will balance out this bright pant.
The great thing about a red jean is its ability to be paired with an easy staple. Like this Fashionista you can add a great neutral boot, either brown or black, in fall or winter. In the warmer months, or for those of you brave enough to bare your soles in the winter chill, toss on a pair of cheetah print or nude flats to complete this look.
This Fashionista was spotted donning these red jeans, despite the campus-wide switch into finals attire mode, which instantly brighten up her look. Her white puffy jacket is perfect for the declining New England climate and her brown boots are a great neutral accessory that complements her look.
Achieving this look is simple. All you need is a great pair of jeans. Fit is important while shopping so be sure to try on your jeans before purchasing them, especially colored jeans. You never know how a color will affect the cut of a pair of jeans. Try these DL1961 red jeans that have zippers instead of traditional pockets for something a little bit edgier. Or try these classic Paige Premium Denim jeans. Intermix has a great variety as far as cashmere sweaters go; some of my top picks would be this Helmut Lang draped sweater or this Autumn Cashmere peplum sweater. Lastly if you are still in search of a jacket that will keep you warm without making you look like a giant marshmallow, try this Patagonia jacket. The thin lines create a slimmer look.