Denim St Style Round-Up

As the cold weather subsides, I thought it might be nice to review a collective of St Style from those last remaining transitioning winter to spring days. New Yorkers are great at layering as we saw in St Style posts past – think that lovely couple and all those lovely layers and leather detailing. It’s great to be able to peel off some layers as the days grow warmer, so here are some st walkers that caught our eye for that particular reason:

A flattering flare, mixed prints and a light weight jacket –  I personally loved this look because of it’s causal daytime ease.

This particular lady stood out to us because of all her shades of brown. The silhouette looked perfect for strolling around town and unbuttoning a bit if and when the weather calls for it.

Simplistically chic – loved the light wash and the nautical strips paired with a chunky knit and moccasins. No fuss day and the perfect outfit for brunch with friends. We actually caught her waiting outside of Cafe Gitane in Nolita… kind of one of my favorite spots for Sunday eats too.

Here, what stood out the most was her brown boots, scarf and leather jacket – besides the denim (of course!). We found her in the LES and quite frankly, I think this is the perfect daytime look for that area of the city. Notice her layers, easily shed for warmer days.

Preppy goodness – I enjoyed this breath of fresh air in the LES. Khaki screams spring and so do white oxford shoes with cuffed denim. Couldn’t get any closer to warmer weather than this. Hopefully NYC will get the memo… Give us consistent 60 degree weather and I’ll be in heaven 🙂

Who’s your favorite from our denim st style round-up?

Photos by Jennine Jacob



  1. Jenna
    March 19, 2011 / 12:35 pm

    “Number 3” is even more lovely in person! She’s a great friend of mine, and I swear, maybe this will finally be impetus for her to style-blog. 🙂

  2. March 19, 2011 / 7:52 pm

    Love the oxfords and the rolled jeans.

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