Mix & Match with Not Your Daughter’s Jeans!

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Back by popular demand: Not Your Daughter’s Jeans! Featuring unique Lift Tuck Technology for a slimming effect, these jeans help lift and reshape your curves as a result of their revolutionary criss-cross panel. The panel keeps your tummy under control, making you look a full size smaller instantly!

And the best part? You can shop a myriad of styles that can be mixed and matched for any occasion! Our Five Days of Fashion stylist, Randi Kupfert of RKloset has picked out some of her favorite looks to be styled with this versatile denim.

Here’s what she had to say:

Trench, Sweater and Blouse: This is a great career look. It’s perfect to go to work in. It is sophisticated, but the metallic sweater creates a bit of edge. A trench is always a classic and chic throw on. The red blouse underneath shows a pop of bold color which is very on-trend for fall.

Untucked Blouse: By removing the trench and sweater, as well as untucking the blouse, you now have a laid back look that is still sexy.

Denim on Denim: We changed this look a couple of ways to dress it down. We paired the denim shirt with the trench coat as well as with the blouse. Denim is huge for fall. I love combining casual and career styles. Fall is all about layering it on and mixing and matching!

Oversized Sweater: Comfort meets sophistication – great to wear on a night out but also of course to the office. You can still be comfy while mixing it up with sleek pants and heels. I love the textured arms which take this up a notch from just your everyday sweatshirt.

Find your own pair of NYDJ here, and if you are 5’4” and under, find the size proportioned for you, here.

Find out more about Randi by following her on Instagram @RKloset

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