Judy Blue High Waist Jeans

Review Cardigan & Judy Blue Jeans High Waisted

Review Australia Cardigan & handmade zipper necklace

Queenstown, NZ

Holy moly, I know this is an outfit post, but would you look at that background! These photos were taken in Queenstown, New Zealand on our trip a couple weeks ago (this is the same area as my bungy jump post on Monday). I don’t know if I have seen a place quite as beautiful as Queenstown. It literally looked like a postcard every place you turned!

But anyways, I’ll be sharing some proper beauty shots of Queenstown on Friday…let’s talk about this here outfit. These jeans are the jean version of the shorts I featured in my previous outfit post, and they are my favorite pair of jeans. I like how they can make a casual outfit look just a hint dressier, thanks to the buttons. And as you can see, I’ve managed not to throw these in the dryer on accident, and they fit like a glove! (My shorts have really shrunk on me after putting them in the dryer.) Oh, the pockets sit a bit low on them. At first, I wasn’t so sure about that. But honestly, it’s really grown on me. I just wish there was a capri version of these, so I could have the whole family! Haha. (There is an ankle length version, but those are not capris, in my opinion.)

Review Cardigan & Judy Blue Jeans High Waisted

And I know that cardigans are not always that exciting, but I am really excited about this one! It’s so soft & versatile! (Get ready for a bunch of outfit posts with it, haha.) I actually got it from Review Australia in a couple colors thanks to a sale + a coupon I had. That coupon had encouraged me to go on a bit of shopping spree the night before I left Australia. Haha. I hadn’t bought anything from Review until then because my thought had always been I could order similar products for less money on ModCloth…but, gosh, I really am impressed with the quality of their clothing! (And ModCloth still hasn’t gotten their site working properly, so I don’t foresee me shopping there anytime soon.)

This isn’t my typical dress or skirt outfit, but it was too gosh darn chilly in Queenstown for a cute little dress! I was a bit in shock after the warm weather we had in Sydney. It’s pretty chilly in Rosario right now too, compared to what I was used to. I’m breaking out my scarves and cardigans… Fall is in the air! (It’s so weird, haha.)

How’s the weather been by you? And do you have a favorite pair of jeans? Let me know in the comments!

Shop the look:

Cardigan: Review Australia
Jeans: Judy Blue via ModCloth (Additional sizes available here)
Wedges: Chinese Laundry via ModCloth
Sunglasses: c/o* Polette
Necklace: Gift from my husband (Similar here)

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23 thoughts on “My Favorite Jeans

  1. jodie filogomo

    A great pair of jeans is a definite need for any aged woman!! In fact, I’m just putting together an article about that subject for Sixty + Me!!
    But you could have the ankle pants shortened to make them capris??? Just a though, Lindsey!!!
    You look fantastic–and that back ground is gorgeous!
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. haveclotheswilltravel Post author

      Oh, that’s awesome, Jodie! And thank you so much! That is a good thought! My only hesitation is, I hate buying things brand new (and not on sale) and then having to spend additional money to get them how I want them to look. I’m unfortunately not a good seamstress at all. πŸ™

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  2. Joanna Joy

    You look awesome in this pair of jeans. They fit perfectly on you. I think the pockets look great low and I love the style on the waist. It always amazes me how you are able to blog and travel! I have too many favorite pairs, but I do have a very, very old pair I love from Frankie B. that sit super low and flare on the bottom.

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    1. haveclotheswilltravel Post author

      Aw, thank you so much, Joanna! Oooh I love flare jeans too. My old favorite pair of jeans were a pair of Seven for all Mankind jeans that flared on the bottom. Unfortunately, they don’t fit all that great anymore, though. I’ll have to see what Frankie B. all has. πŸ™‚

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  3. Shybiker

    As cute as your outfit is — and it’s very cute — posing in front of this natural wonder makes these photos amazing. Fashion mag amazing. I want to switch lives with you. πŸ™‚

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  4. Laurie

    Those jeans look great on you! I’m still looking for the perfect pair, but since I hardly ever wear jeans it’s not that urgent. Our weather is rainy (which is good cause we need it), but the weekend is supposed to be beautiful. πŸ™‚

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  5. Lorna

    I’ve never tried the brand before, but as a denim expert I will say they fit you really well and in all the right places, so I can see why you love them! And yep, that background is insane! I thought WOW when I looked at it!

    Raindrops of Sapphire

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