Skinny is the New Black

. September 15, 2015.
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Remember the “Little Black Dress?” At one time it was a must-have for every woman’s wardrobe. Well step back Little Black Dress, Skinny Jeans are moving in! Although Skinny Jeans have been a popular fashion article for a while, they make a come-back in Autumn when the weather cools off.

The versatile skinny jeans pair up beautifully with flowing blouses for that feminine look, or pair them up with your favorite tee for a casual easy style for everyday. And while they work well with the Summer/Fall ensembles, they can also move seamlessly into the colder months when paired up with a cozy sweater and a pair of your favorite boots. Another must-have wardrobe item……even I own more than one pair!

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