Rachel Zalis Shows You Four Ways to Rock Your Jeans This Fall Courtesy of LifeMinute.TV & Levis New Jeans!
Denim is still hot trend and it’s transferring into other fabrication– but denim is still the key look and Levis has a new presentation! Style expert, Rachel Zalis shows us how to rock Levi’s new Revel jeans from the office to a night out on the town
Whether you’re a mom on the go or you just want a comfortable but flattering style, opt for a great pair of Revel jeans with slimming technology fused right into the denim. “The denim is doing all the work for you, shaping and contouring your body,” says Rachel.
To get the casual but chic look Rachel says to pair your jeans with “some flats a great cross body bag, a scarf, and a cardigan.”
With the new trend of jeans becoming office appropriate it is important to have a look that is still professional. To do this Rachel recommends a darker wash jean.
To keep the look classy she says, “pair it with a classic lady-like button down blouse, a satchel bag, and some great stilettos”
Here’s the video with Rachel and all the models!!
Out on the Town
Whether you’re hitting the clubs having dinner with the girls, or out on date night…Rachel says pick a jean that is sexy and shows off your shape. “What is great about denim, it really contours to the woman’s body” she says, “it’s slims, it lifts and it isn’t just about the denim its about the pocket placement.”
They help to give your butt a lift! Mix up the look with a great biker jacket, stiletto booties, and a great clutch.
For the perfect weekend look Rachel loves their midwash, jeans. They “beautifully contour your body” she says, “and not only does it contour, but it has memory in the jeans so the next time you wear it, it will absolutely remember how it is suppose to fit your body.”
Pair them with pink for a really great pop of color or throw on some motorcycle booties and a cap!
Best part…they are under $100. Check them out on levis.com or a Levi’s store in your area.
Before you send me an email or make a comment, I will say that there are still many jobs/sectors out there were denim will not be appropriate. I am not suggesting that it is across the board. However if you are lucky enough to be able to wear dressed up denim, do it with detail, style and conservative notes depending on your industry.
Thanks to LIFEMINUTE.TV for this video
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