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Steal of the Week: Gray Jeans

Gray jeans from Old Navy

In this weekly column, I’m bringing you my favorite budget-friendly steal that’s available online or in-stores. This week, we’re talking denim. Make sure to check out my blog for more affordable fashion inspiration!

There are so many denim trends this season that there is something for everyone. When it comes to colored denim, the biggest trend is actually a neutral! Gray jeans are all over the place, and come in many different shades.
Gray jeans from Old Navy

I was drawn to these light gray jeans from Old Navy because a) they’re on sale for under $20 and b) the washed out shade almost serves as a Fall replacement to my beloved white denim.

The great thing about gray is you can pair it with everything, from pastels to black to brights. If you’re worried about your bottom half, go for a darker gray, like these. They’re more slimming for problem areas. Lengthen your legs in the skinnies with pumps now, then slip on some knee-high or even over-the-knee boots as temperatures continue to drop.

To see more outfit inspiration, check out outfits on SydneStyle!
Love those jeans!

#1 Mel (Homepage) on 2014-10-01 17:18 (Reply)
LOVE the washed colour of the jeans. We're entering Spring here in Australia and these are PERFECT Spring jeans. C x
#2 Claire Chadwick : Mum's Closet (Homepage) on 2014-10-01 18:00 (Reply)
Love that white jacket!!

Jenna from Visions of Vogue
#3 Jenna (Homepage) on 2014-10-01 23:04 (Reply)
So in love with the whole outfit!
#4 Jeany (Homepage) on 2014-10-02 06:29 (Reply)
Neither of the old navy links work - just bring you to the old navy homepage. Do you have a name or item number for the two gray pairs?
#5 Rachel on 2014-10-02 08:14 (Reply)
I just emailed you the links, give that a try! They're both working for me on the blog, too, could be your browser or internet connection. Thanks!
#5.1 The Budget Babe on 2014-10-02 21:28 (Reply)
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