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4 Ways to Style Citizens of Humanity’s Corey Jeans

Aug. 11, 2015
Corey Jeans

Working with women’s jeans day in and day out is seriously a dream job. As a lover of fashion (and comfort!) there’s nothing better than helping women find jeans made for their unique shape. We’re constantly discovering new styles that we LOVE and want to share.


Our latest obsession here at Fitcode is Citizens of Humanity’s Corey boyfriend jean. The slouchy slim fit makes these our go-to weekend jeans. They’re made to be worn low on the hips and have a relaxed fit (they run large, so we recommend sizing down). We love their distressed and worn-in look. You can keep it casual or dress these jeans up.


Lately, we’ve seen these jeans on celebs and bloggers and we’re loving the different ways people are styling them. After browsing Pinterest and getting some serious outfit inspiration, we decided to put together four different looks.


Enjoy!


Corey Jean 2


Look 1: Top | Heels | Sunglasses 

Look 2: Top | Belt | Sandals 

Look 3: Top | Sweater | Shoes 

Look 4: Coat | Tank | Heels

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