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Double Denim

Jeans. You know I bloody love the things.

Not sure how I would get dressed without them in all honesty. Great jeans are the foundation of so much of what I wear. Whether it’s January or July, I would be lost without denim, and my staple, go-to styles tend to be straight-cut, vintage jeans that feels boyish and sexy in that cool girl 90s way all at once. To me jeans make everything look better. They instantly make me feel relaxed; whether I’m wearing a t-shirt or a silk camisole, heels or trainers, they just ground whatever I’m wearing and instantly make me feel like myself. I love this kind of denim when it comes to trying out something new too. Whether it’s a slogan t-shirt, a new style of boots or jacket I’m not used to, high-rise Levis provide the perfect constant to my wardrobe no matter what mood I’m in with everything else.

So when Free People, another favourite of mine, told me they were launching a special UK denim edit, which launches today, including black Levis 501 skinnies and pale wash 5050 kick flares I jumped at the chance to take them for a test run and pretend it was Spring for a minute on my favourite road in London, Golborne Road.

Both of these jeans are all currently available with a quick ship delivery option as well as currently available at their London King’s Road boutique, with a full size run so you can try on the edit and find your perfect fit. Super handy with jeans, as I for one get kind of nervous ordering new jeans sometimes as you’re never quite sure if your usual size is going to work. But if it helps you gauge it, I’m wearing a size 25 in these (‘m normally between a 24 or 25 depending on brands) but could have sized down in the blue ones I reckon.

T-shirt | Free People
Hair tie | Free People
Jeans | Levis 501 skinnies @ Free People 
Trainers | Vans 
Jacket | Redone
Bag | Free People 
Earrings | Maria Tash 

Top | Free People 
Jeans | Levis @ Free People 
Necklaces | Lucy Williams X Missoma 
Boots | Ayede 



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Created as a paid collaboration with Free People U.K. All styling and creative direction my own.