Nine times out of ten these days, when I wear jeans, I reach for my TR Cameron's. I'm so in love with those jeans it's crazy! But today I decided to spread the love a little and grab an old pair.

A year or so ago, Angie had done an outfit spread with Canyon River Blues slouchy skinnies from Sears. I fell for those jeans and promptly bought them in three sizes since I didn't really know which ones would fit. The smaller pair didn't do up, middle pair was a snugger fit and fit like regular jeans and the larger pair slouched nicely and were the ones I wore for a bit. Then I shrunk a little and moved down to the middle pair. I had never returned any of them since the price was so reasonable and the shipping cheap. Well the middle and larger size are gone now since they ended up being much too big and today I'm wearing the smallest of the sizes (whoo hoo!) I'm not entirely sure the whiskering at the front is the most flattering but I don't mind - I really like the jeans and with the flat pockets (unlike the Cameron's), they give a bit of a sleeker slim BF silhouette. Plus I like the more indigo colour for a change.

I've paired the jeans with a colour block winter white and black knit that I bought in August waiting for the cold weather. It is a lovely weight with decent slouch so have semi-tucked and added a red leather belt. To bookend the belt, I'm wearing my red booties (back in a heel - yay!). I've added my black leather handbag, black/white oversized watch and silver wedding band.

When I head out the door, I'll be wearing my fauxberry scarf (look MaryK - I have one too!) and cranberry coat.

What do you think? Are these jeans working? As always, all comments/suggestions welcome.

Sweater: Cleo Petite
Jeans: Canyon River Blues
Belt and handbag: Danier Leather
Boots: Sam Edelman
Coat: Anne Klein
Scarf: thrifted

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