The Canadian Tuxedo.

Denim on denim goes in & out of style, but in my humble opinion, it is a classic that you can always tailor to the trends happening around you.

For this look, here’s my thought process:

  1. Go with a Basic Blue Jean – I prefer high rise and super skinny because it’s the most slimming fit for my body.  I also always buy jeans with some sort of stretch, the stretchier the better, for comfort & fit.
  2. Match your Jeans & Jacket – If you’re going to do the Canadian Tux, your top & bottom should match; they don’t have to be the exact same color, but I would get as close as possible (think in terms of light, medium, and dark washes).
  3. Pay Attention to Fit – Since my jeans are so high rise here, I opted for a cropped jacket, to emphasize my waistline (right where the top of my jeans & bottom of my jacket meet).
  4. Accessorize – I added a scarf, gloves, and over-the-knee boots to break up what would otherwise be a SOLID DENIM look from head to toe.  It creates texture and movement for a more chic, less western look.
  5. Mix Prints – Rather than adding more solids to the look, I chose a striped top and patterned scarf to create some contrast, but I still stuck with black & white to keep the look streamlined.

Canadian Tuxedo Top

Here are some cute denim options for you guys (check out my OTK boots post from last week for the boots):

Guess Cropped Denim Jacket from Macy’s ($$)
(super similar style to mine!!)

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Cara Cropped Denim Jacket from
Revolve ($$$)

GRLFRND Cara Cropped Denim Jacket in Mary Janephoto from

Sculpted High-Rise Step-Hem Skinny Jeans from Forever21 ($)

Sculpted High-Rise Step-Hem Skinny Jeansphoto from

Sculpted High-Rise Skinny Jeans from
Forever 21 ($)

Sculpted High-Rise Skinny Jeansphoto from

High Rise Released Hem Skinny Jeans
from Target ($)

Women's Modern Fit High Rise Released Hem Skinny Jeans - Crafted by Lee® - image 1 of 5photo from

Lee High-Rise Skinny Jeans from
Free People ($$)

Slide View 1: Lee High-Rise Skinny Jeansphoto from

Tag me in your Canadian Tuxedos!  I’d love to see what you piece together.


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