Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Mott & Bow boyfriend jeans

Disclosure: Mott & Bow gifted me these jeans to try, but all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

You guys know I'm a denim addict. I wear basically all price points from American Eagle up to AG Jeans and everything in between. I had heard of Mott & Bow before, but never tried them myself. When they reached out to me about sending me a pair of jeans of my choice, I decided to try their slim boyfriend jeans since I already own 34886239 pairs of skinnies.

Outfit details--- Sunnies: Tom Ford (option, budget option) | Earrings: Forever 21 | Bag: Chanel | Top: Express | Bottoms: Mott & Bow Slim Boyfriend - Laight (c/o) | Shoes: Kate Spade "Licorice" (other colors here, silver pump option here---

I normally wear a size 4 in American Eagle and Express jeans. In premium denim, I am mostly a 26, but sometimes end up with a 27 depending on the brand. I went ahead and ordered this pair in a 26, but when I got them, they were a bit big, so I exchanged them for a 25. I'm definitely NEVER a 25, so this pair does run big.

Mott & Bow boyfriend jeans

The size 25 ended up working out perfectly. I don't want to say that this denim feels thick, because "thick" makes it sound like these are heavy, and they certainly aren't. But there is some denim that feels super thin and not substantial. These jeans feel comparable to the premium denim I'm used to. There's just enough stretch with a perfectly relaxed fit. Cuffing is a necessity with these as they do end up being long, but I typically like to cuff boyfriend jeans anyway. It adds to their laid back feel!

Express lace top


I always like to finish off boyfriend jeans with a good pair of pointy toe pumps. It helps slim down the silhouette for me and keeps the look girly and fun. That's also the reason why I decided to pair this delicate lace top with these jeans. It was a good mix of casual but dressy.

Boyfriend jeans outfit

Mott & Bow is based in New York City and they launched their women's line of premium denim last year. They're able to keep their costs around $100 by controlling the manufacturing process then offering direct-to-consumer. If you've been thinking about trying them, you should! I would love to see how their skinny jeans fit now! 

Linking up with: What I Wore Wednesday,
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  1. This is such a cute look and I adore this pretty top. Now give me that bag.


  2. I love styling a girlier top with the boyfriend jeans. Super cute Carylee!

  3. This is sooooo pretty! I love the style of these jeans although when I've tried similar styles in the past, they haven't worked on me. It looks like great quality denim! And the romantic top is perfect