Go with the Flow: Two Ways to Wear Embroidered Jeans

In Bloom: Two Ways to Wear Embroidered Jeans

I have been watching the embroidery trend very closely. I wasn’t sure about it at first because many of the styles seem too cheesy or childlike. Seasons later, the trend is alive and well. I’m glad I have finally found a way to embrace it. These embroidered jeans from STS Blue are everything I could look for.

The jeans feature a white embroidered floral design. It is delicate, feminine, yet still a little funky. The boyfriend cut of the jeans are easy to wear with just about anything. You’ll notice I cuffed the jeans in both looks to make sure a shorty like me didn’t look even shorter. If my jeans are baggy at all, I always cuff them to show off some ankle.

I’ve styled two looks with the jeans to demonstrate their versatility. Both looks are incredibly feminine. That’s no accident.  I am wearing two looks that could easily take you from happy hour with the girls to a concert at your favorite venue.

Flowing Floral

This top may very well be one of my new favorites. The cold shoulder blouse from Tobi flows effortlessly in the April breeze. It seems to almost beckon to the May showers to come. I paired it with crisp white and brown heels to bring out the design of the jeans.

Shop the Look: Shirt (c/o Tobi), Jeans (c/o STS Blue), Bag, Shoes, Chokers

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Crop It Up

A sure fire way to highlight your embroidered details is to leave plenty of room for the design to breathe. By pairing the jeans with a crop top like I did here, you can’t help but be drawn right to the pattern. I still kept my top a solid color so that the design would show and I wouldn’t be in trouble of stepping into a cheesy fashion area.

Shop the Look: Top (c/o Williamsburg Premium Outlets), Jeans (c/o STS Blue), Jacket, Shoes (c/o Williamsburg Premium Outlets)

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What’s your favorite way to wear embroidered jeans?


Megan Wilson is a freelance writer and content creator based in Richmond, Virginia. As the editor of Sweet Sauce Blog, she writes about fashion, travel, self care and more.


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