Brooklyn Swag: 2 Ways To Wear Black Skinnies Through The Weekend

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If you read my post about weekend style in New York, you’ll know that I live for weekends. Whether it's a quick getaway to the Hamptons, bopping at a music festival, or staying on home turf and bouncing around Brooklyn, I'm always pumped for the weekend — and what I'm going to wear! I like to keep it simple, but stylish for those glorious two days that always end with tired bones and many cups of tea come Monday morning.
Black jeans have always seemed infinitely cooler to me than blue. I always turn to this Kill City pair. I love the zippered touches and cigarette cut. I remixed my favorite second-skin dungarees two ways for a jaunt around town.
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My first look is something I’d wear to a Saturday night concert: velvet, rose gold accents, and sky-high heels. And for the Sunday brunch after to nurse a wicked hangover, I’d opt for something more comfortable with flats and a cozy flannel tied around my waist.
Look one: Vintage blouse and jacket, Kill City jeans, Messeca NYC shoes, Nonrabones necklace.
Look two: Vintage blouse and flannel, Kill City jeans, Candela shoes, Alane Weissman necklaces.
Photo: Courtesy of Kyle Brown-Watson.
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