I love wearing jeans, especially now as the weather is starting to cool down (At least in the southern hemisphere ;)

One of the greatest things in fashion trends over the past few years is that jeans are so much more fun than they used to be. 

I personally prefer darker shades, they are definitely more dressy than light shades.

The ripped look obviously makes them more casual, but there's no reason you can't dress them up with the top and shoes you wear.

This top is fun and a bit different.

I opted for my camel shoes as I wanted to keep it simple at the bottom and let the jeans be the statement piece of the outfit.

I also kept the accessories a bit basic, so it didn't make the look too busy.


My husband said I looked very Colombian in this outfit. And it actually reminded me how back at home jeans are THE item to go with on most occasions for the weekend. I love the fact that they can be so easily dressed up with a pair of shoes and a jacket or a dressier top. Or you can keep it simple with a nice top and flats. They are so versatile.

I am wearing: Top and jeans: Zara, Shoes: COL.

I wore this outfit for a day with clients in person and online.

Have an amazing week! 

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Alba Gomez is an image and personal brand coach, keynote speaker, first impressions specialist and professional image consultant.

Born in Colombia and based in Australia, she travels nationally and internationally for speaking, executive coaching, consulting and training.

Alba works with individuals and small groups right through to large corporations. She brings her client’s image into line with their personal and professional roles, giving them the clarity and confidence to look and feel their best. Alba uses a unique, results-orientated approach, drawing on her 14 years of experience with systems and processes as an engineer. 

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