New Jeans, Who Dis?

I’m cheekily wearing my Christmas present early, Dave got me these jeans from Everlane. Well technically they aren’t jeans and just very thick cotton but to me they feel like jeans, so that’s what I’ll be calling them.

Now I find jeans, well any sort of trouser shopping difficult. I have large hips, a tummy and a tiny waist, its nearly nigh on impossible to find some that go over my hips but fit my small waist without them gaping at the back. I was out shopping with my friend Josie while she was over in LA back in November, and I found these straight leg crop jeans in Everlane, they fit and even better than that looked good. When Dave asked me what I wanted for Christmas I said these jeans, so this weekend we headed down to Abbot Kinney and I tried them on to show Dave and see what he though of them and before I knew it we were on our way to the tills snapping them up. In true Amy fashion I couldn’t wait to wear them and had to take them on a little outing.

If like me you hadn’t heard of Everlane before they are worth checking out. With ethical factories around the world and sourcing only the finest materials. Even sharing cost break down of their products. Plus, they have so many great classic pieces that I can’t wait to introduce into my wardrobe!

*Some affiliate links included

Top – ASOS
Jeans – Everlane
Leather Jacket c/o ASOS
Bag c/o Cambridge Satchel Co
Trainers – Vans
Neckerchife – Bershka

Photos by Dave Cox
Illustration by Amy Purfield-Clark

Published by Vintage Reflection

Lifestyle - Food- Travel - Personal Style

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