Minted (See Jane Wear)

BDG jeans, Old Navy chambray shirt, H&M sweater (old), Mulberry bag, Dolce Vita snakeskin flats, Karen Walker sunglasses











The perfect pair of mint-green jeans have been occupying my thoughts for awhile now.  I went back and forth in my mind justifying another pair of colored jeans, but once I found a less expensive version at Urban Outfitters, I jumped on the opportunity (see: completely justified).  Honestly, green hasn’t always been a favorite color of mine, but I’ve always had a thing for a fresh, minty hue.  It started young when I deemed mint chocolate chip the end-all, be-all of ice creams flavors and I’ve been a fan ever since.

*note: my image host seems slightly distorts the color of these jeans (not sure why); they’re actually a bit more subtle than the green shown here.

66 comments

  1. The colour of your Mulberry bag is so gorgeous against the soft mint green of your jeans. Can't wait to see how else you style up these babies this spring!

    Have a great week!
    xo
    Jen

  2. I am totally in love with the combination of this mint green and those blushy neutrals…gorgeous, gorgeous combo…and it's chic, but the chambray makes it so relaxed. Great styling!

    <3 Cambria
    jupefashion.blogspot.com

  3. OMG I saw these in store and I wanted them so badly but I was in such a rush and the boyfriend was getting annoyed so I had to leave! but I want them so badly!! Looks great!!

    Melanie

    iambornlippy.blogspot.com

  4. I have been looking for a pretty green piece to wear for this st pattys day fest coming up and dallas and I think I am now completely sold on these jeans. I'm not the biggest green wearer, but these I can do!

  5. So cute! I can't get enough of mint jeans either! Wonderful to find your blog through IFB's video that you were in! I also love the collage you have posted above!
    Have a wonderful night!
    <3 Kastles

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