Real World Relaxed Style – Jeans and a Cardigan


Another Real World Relaxed Style post today inspired by my post on 10 comfy casual outfits you’ll want to steal, this one is Jeans and Cardigan, though as you may see, it has been adapted for various weather conditions!

how to style jeans and a cardiganYou can do it with a long or short cardigan.  With full length or capri jeansjeans and cardigan  Or even substitute the jeans for a pair of shorts in summer.

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  • I see some nice spring and summer looks here, but nothing that would be suitable for really cold weather. Even for early spring, I tend to wear my winter cardigans as a jacket instead of bundling up in a coat.

  • Great post as usual. Imogen, I have recently purchased your style book for petites. It gives me the strong impression that cropped trousers are a complete no no for those of us who lack height. Is there any way around this? Cropped trousers seem to be all the rage again this year v skirts. The latter are definitely hard to get.



  • Some great inspiration Imogen for Melbourne’s current trans-seasonal weather. What are your thoughts about waterfall cardigans? Are they still ‘on trend? Sometimes I think they can look a bit ‘mumsy’. Any suggestions as to a good style/brand for a longer line light wool cardigan suitable for an inverted triangle shape? Thanks. Kate

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