“High-waisted throwback”

Hey guys!

I have always been on the fence when it comes to wearing high waisted trousers – denim or disco that is. It is one of those trends I always liked to see on others – more specifically girls on the thicker side, but never had the guts to try it myself.

These high-waisted Guess denim have been in my closet for quite a while and by that, I mean years. I don’t recall ever wearing them – not once. I still have not worn them anywhere but decided to snap a few pics after playing dress up over the weekend. Some may think this trend is played out but we all know how things are in the fashion world; it will be back. So tell me what you guys think. Is it a go or make it stop?!



Outfit details: Color-block blouse: Love culture (last season) | High waisted denim: Guess (old) – more current high waisted disco pants are available in a variety of colors at American apparel | Open toe pumps: via Charlotte Russe | Earrings: c/o Delightfully sweet & crafty.


20130307-090936.jpg“Be happy with what you have and are, be generous with both and you won’t have to hunt for happiness.” – William Gladstone


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  1. 03/17/2014 / 11:09 PM

    Hi Jenny-I love the Twiggy dark Paris- I finally have run off my last bit of baby wehigt and have those d.v. booties you have, but in turquoise, and need something dark and sleek to balance how loud they are!

  2. 03/21/2013 / 2:10 PM

    Wow You such an amazing Girl 🙂
    I fall in love with that blouse

    • 03/14/2013 / 9:20 PM

      Thank you darling! Cool blog btw! Love how you embrace your curves and know what works for your body! Kudos! 🙂

  3. 03/07/2013 / 4:37 PM

    Very nice look. And love those heels. They really pop. 😉

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