Just when we thought our sexiest, skinniest fit couldn’t get any better, we went and made the Mid-Rise Jegging Ankle. Not only does it look like a jean and feel like a legging, it has a mid front 9″ rise, hits right at the ankle and features some great, destroyed details.
Our girl Chloe, blogger behind Nomad En Vogue, isn’t afraid to add a pop of color to her winter wardrobe with her new favorite pair of Mid-Rise Jegging Ankle below.
Hi all! My name is Chloe. I am a twenty-something year old southern girl, who is transitioning from being a college student into starting my career in the world of fashion and retail. I have moved five times in my life and can’t call one place home. I have an obsession with nude shoes, lip gloss, fro-yo and little black dresses. I love making something old new again. I love “treasure hunting”. I am a major animal lover, a pretty bad singer, and I don’t like going to the movie theater. I’m a summer girl and my happy place is a lake on a hot summer day.
What Inspired Chloe’s Look:
I love a good transition piece in my wardrobe, and these jeggings are just that! When you think mint green, you immediately think of it as a spring color, but oh how times have changed! This pretty hue can definitely be worn year-round. Already in the mood for Valentine’s Day, I decided to pair the jeggings with this adorable “Lovers Gonna Love” tee. I added a floral overlay, which still works great for this time of the year because it’s black! I also kept the look feeling “wintery” by pairing it with my favorite pair of black booties. This outfit is fun, feminine, and a little bit boho. I wore it running errands around town during the day, and then out for a dinner date that night. It made for the perfect Sunday FunDay look.
Get Chloe’s Look:
Mi-Rise Jegging Ankle
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Don’t Ask Why Printed Chiffon Kimono (Similar)
Fringed Wedge Bootie (Similiar)
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