The high waisted lace up jeans from Missguided.

spring fashion missguided new look

Jeans are always something I am so, so fussy with, I want them to fit as perfectly as possible but unfortunately  this is definitely something I struggle with. I have a small waist and a much larger bum, which doesn't always work together very well.

That's when I spotted and purchased these jeans from Missguided for just £30 before discount, and fell in love. So, today I thought I would share with you my favourite way to wear these jeans at the moment. 

new look fishnet
I have been enjoying pairing them with a simple grey shoestring strappy sun top from New Look tucked in, and a slightly cropped top over the top. I love how this allows the lace detailing to be still on show, as this is my favourite part of the jeans. 

This top is of a fishnet mesh design, and costs just £12.99 and is also from New Look. It is see-through, so if you wanted to wear a bralet this would probably work well too!

I have also been enjoying varying my looks, sometimes pairing the jeans with a larger top tucked in, the strappy sun top alone, or other longer crop tops I own.

missguided lace jeans

As to the jeans themselves they are described as camel coloured,  but I would describe them more like a dusty pink colour, perfect for Spring. They are high waisted skinny jeans with lace up detailing, meaning you can tie them in perfectly around your waist. 

They are incredibly comfy and easy to dress both up and down. I really want the black pair of them, but I can't seem to catch them in stock at the moment as they constantly sell out.

office buckle boots

I like to complete the look with my trusty pair of crocodile buckle boots from Office, which I picked up in the sale for around £50. I love the detailing on these boots, and how they add that extra touch to my outfit.

Unfortunately, they seem to have now sold out online, but they do have similar pairs available in plain black, and even pale pink.

What's your favourite outfit at the moment? Are you loving the mesh trend?



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