Loved By DP
Every now and then a new piece comes along, and suddenly, you’re not quite sure how your wardrobe was ever complete without it. I thought that I had every pair of jeans that I could possibly need, skinny, straight leg, elasticated, high waisted, you name it. But then, this pair of grey Dorothy Perkins Frankie Jeans suddenly came into my life, and now I just can’t take them off. Well, I mean I can take them off cos they’re super comfy and elasticated so no wriggling is needed to get in and out of them, but, you know what I mean.
Whether I’m hopping on board a flight (their ultra soft jegging-like material make them perfect for a comfy journey), or completing my look with a pair of heels for an afternoon date, these grey jeans have become my ultimate go-to.
The super thing about a pair of great fitting, grey jeans is that the outfit choices that you can pull together with them are almost endless. For my first look, I chose a look which is very ‘me’. A pair of nude heels give the look a chic and polished look, but the heel height means I can still run all my daily errands (aka I can still stride down Oxford Street with a ton of shopping bags) in total comfort. Oh, did I mention that this pair is reduced to just £23?!
Keeping with the neutral nudes and pink colour scheme (which just happens to perfectly match my current Instagram theme, just saying!) I opted for my favourite white fluted knitted top along with a pink faux sheepskin gilet from Dorothy Perkins. This combination has become an absolute favourite, and I’ve even been sneaking a thermal top underneath for extra warmth! I raved about this gilet absolutely loads over on my YouTube channel when I first got it (I may have got it in brown too!) and this one is almost identical.
I’ll be sharing two more ways of wearing the Dorothy Perkins denim beauties over the next couple of days on the blog, I can’t wait to share the photos with you!
What items in your wardrobe are your essentials?
This post is in collaboration with Dorothy Perkins!
Photography by Joe Galvin