It has been very politely brought to my attention that, while I did discuss the utility of red jeans back when I purchased my own pair of them, I have not addressed the possibilities of wearing red jeans with warmer colors. Since red is positioned on the color wheel precisely between yellow and blue, it has the charm of being neither a warm color nor a cool color, and thus can "swing both ways", in wardrobe terms. And for those of us who don't care to wear bright colors too near our faces, for a variety of reasons, a brightly colored pair of jeans or trousers is an interesting option to consider.
Red jeans – Theory, sweater – Dorothy Perkins, earrings – 1928, flats – Stuart Weitzman, blouse – Luisa Spagnoli, bracelet – Mulberry, loafers – Salvatore Ferragamo
Red jeans – Theory, rose print top – Raxevsky, earrings – Lafonn, pumps – Modcloth, cardigan – Patagonia, bracelet – Alkemie, moccasins - Minnetonka
Red jeans – Theory, long-sleeved sweater – Whit Cashmere, necklace – Maria Calderara, ballet flats – Kate Spade, short-sleeved sweater – Sonia Rykiel, watch – La Mer, boots – Rag & Bone
|Okay, this first tee shirt isn't exactly a warm color...|
|Red jeans – Theory, scarf – Marc Andersen, tee shirt – The Row, knit top – Yve Saint Laurent, scarf – Little Fool Handwoven Textiles|
Red jeans – Theory, brown tee – La Garconne, scarf – Hermès, boots – Steve Madden, tan suede shirt – Ralph Lauren, scarf – Hermès, suede loafers – Jil Sander
Red jeans – Theory, striped tee – Ralph Lauren, high-tops – Converse Chuck Taylor, tunic – Uniqlo, clutch – Fendi, pumps - Gabor