Favorite Places to Get Colored Skinny Jeans

A good, bright pair of skinny jeans is just the thing to brighten up your wardrobe and carry you into Spring and Summer. But when they’re on their own on the rack, I have a hard time envisioning just exactly what I’d wear them with. Flip through this slideshow to see how to wear some of our favorite shades, and sources for similar options.

nggallery id=’122537′

  • Orange 1 of 8
    Orange
    I love this edgy leather jacket with bright orange pants.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Raspberry and Red
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: J.Crew $79.50
  • Navy 2 of 8
    Navy
    Make a statement by pairing a hot pink sweater with navy skinnies.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Fashion Worship
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: Talbots $43.99
  • Mint 3 of 8
    Mint
    Mint green is so trendy right now, and looks great paired with navy.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Fashion Worship
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: ASOS $71.62
  • Lemon 4 of 8
    Lemon
    I love these bright yellow pants, especially with a flowy blouse.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Brooklyn Blonde
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: Gap $59.95
  • Emerald 5 of 8
    Emerald
    Skinny jeans in any color look great with an oversized blazer.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Rebel Attitudes
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: TopShop $38
  • Cherry 6 of 8
    Cherry
    I love this cherry red.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: The Glamourai
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: Old Navy $34.94
  • Pink 7 of 8
    Pink
    These every-so-light pink jeans are fabulous, especially with that magenta blouse.
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Chictopia
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: ASOS $57.30
  • DIY 8 of 8
    DIY
    And if you can't find the perfect shade, or have some light skinny pants that could use a boost, take inspiration from these and dye your own!
    Inspiration Image Photo Credit: Cottom & Curls
    Get the Look Image Photo Credit: Target $22.99

 

Tagged as: , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.