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Friday, November 7, 2014

Type Authors Spring Jeans, Summer Jeans, Autumn Jeans, Winter Jeans
Also read Jeans by Style


Denim is a neutral, but it still reads into categories of what it does with light. If it reflects it, then it's for T1, and then the amount it absorbs it moves into T2 and T3, the most saturation is for T4, etc......

Spring Type 3 Jeans

Autumns need kind a muddy wash to their jeans, or that gold undertone to the jean, and gold stitching is good. T3s don't want to wear jeans that are white or gray underneath. Tea dyeing can muddy the color of your jeans. Or choose dark denim in dark shades like maroon, forest green, or mustard. Straight or boot cut.


REFASHION
If your jeans aren't quite right, please visit my page on wardrobe refashion.  You can try bleaching black jeans and they become a burnt orange.
 
BLEACHED

Shop Type 3 Autumn
Jeans
Autumn Jeans


If you wear BROWN jeans, make sure they are shades.

AUTUMN CELEBS IN JEANS

Marcia Cross Paige Jeans


Gisele Bundchen Colcci Jeans
off white for Soft Autumn possibly


Julianne Moore J Brand Jeans


denimology.com

denimblog.com

Dramatic jeans, like dramatic pants, should be straight and tailored, gently breaking the shoe.

Natural jeans, like natural pants, should be simple and have minimal detail.  Any length is fine, rolled up cuffs to boot leg jeans.  Many styles, loose and casual to more refined, yet  natural materials.

Classic jeans, like classic pants, should be clean, tailored and with minimal detailing. Trouser jeans or straight jeans are good shapes.

Gamine jeans, like gamine pants, should be sharply tailore, with outlined or animated details.  Capri jeans, hitting the top of the ankle.  Skin tight jeans or jeggings.

Romantic jeans, like romantic pants, should showcase your curves, perhaps with skinny jean taper.

Ingenue jeans, like ingenue pants,  should be very shapely, showcasing the ankle.  Cropped and skin tight styles are good.



... but hey, don't listen to me, EXPRESS YOUR TRUTH! Jane




Jane Rekas
Written by Jane Rekas

Jane Leu Rekas, LCSW, CHt, writes a blog about seasonal color analysis and the four humors. She is certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and does Color Profiles individualized fabric fans online and in Hood River, Oregon.

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