When I first saw the “Celfie” t-shirts make their debut on a few of the blogs I follow, I instantly fell in love. Following the “selfie” craze, blogger Julie Sarinana of Sincerely Jules created the word “celfie,” which plays off the popular Celine graphic t-shirts. I absolutely love the play on both the designer Celine and the word “selfie” and think that Julie was a genius for putting the two together. Of course, I just had to get my hands on one of the t-shirts. However, when I went to her online shop, the t-shirts were sold out. No!!!! While I didn’t get the t-shirt, I found a Celfie sweatshirt that I liked even better and immediately started imagining all of the outfits I could pair it with once it was mine!
This outfit is about as casual as it gets for me. By now, you all know that I love to dress it up, but there are some days when all I want to do is throw on a chic sweatshirt and an amazing pair of jeans. To add a little extra something to the sweatshirt, I actually tied the front part of it in a small knot and shifted it to sit right above my hip. This is a trick that I use on unisex t-shirts and sweatshirts because I believe that this makes the fit more flattering. Fortunately, these amazing MiH jeans sit high enough on my waist to prevent any unwanted belly sightings.
I have a very hard time finding jeans that fit my body perfectly. Being a tall girl (5’9″ to be exact), jeans are often too short for me, especially flared jeans. To all of my tall lady followers out there, try on a pair of MiH jeans. Guaranteed, you will be a convert. But don’t worry, my lovely petite followers! MiH jeans can be easily shortened to fit you just right and they will still look perfect (honest!). The flared leg of this specific pair (the Marrakesh Mid-Rise Kick-Flare), is so flattering on every body type. They have a nice vintage feel to them but they don’t feel outdated. I purchased this pair of MiH jeans at Anthropologie for a fraction of the price that they usually go for. This brings me to my next point. MiH jeans are on the pricey side (usually $200 and up) but retail stores like Anthropologie sell quite a few pairs and, as we all know and love, almost everything at Anthropologie eventually goes on sale. An added tip, I have found that this brand of jeans runs pretty small, which is why I am encouraging you to go into a store that sells them and try them on.
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