Distressed Jeans

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A couple of weeks ago, I had a total flashback-deja-vu type moment. I was walking into Alderwood Mall and felt like I’d done this before. I’ve been back to that mall many times since moving away from the area, but for some reason this day took me back to my high school days. Many moons ago, I was a mall worker and felt like I basically lived there. I bet you’ll never guess what my job was in a thousand years. Wait for it….

How to Wear Distressed Jeans: Deconstructed Vigoss Jeans, Military Jacket, and White Button Up Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

I was a Certified Bra Fitter at JCPenney. Yes, really.

I had some really, really interesting (okay, awkward) experiences over my few years working there, but overall it was a really great first “real” job. Working at the mall allowed me to flex my shopping muscles (a little too) often, and I met a lot of great friends. Some short term, but some life long friends as well.

How to Wear Distressed Jeans: Military Jacket, White Collared Shirt, Distressed Skinny Jeans, & Gray Booties Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

But really, I think what set off my flashback moment was the reason I was back at the mall – one of the brands I loved as a little high schooler was hosting an event. Nordstrom and InStyle Magazine were hosting a pop-up featuring the latest collection for Vigoss Jeans. I won’t lie, they haven’t been on my radar much recently. I knew them as a junior’s brand, and remember their contrast stitching and bedazzled pockets fondly. But just like me, Vigoss Jeans have grown up a bit and actually have some really fun styles.

How to Wear Distressed Jeans: James Perse White Button Up, Vigoss Deconstructed Jeans, Rag & Bone Gray Newbury Booties Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

How to wear distressed jeans is a bit out of my comfort zone, but it was fun to style them for the event. I’m also loving their boyfriend styles and their distressed light wash denim jeans. I’ve heard a few of the inseams on some of these are petite-friendly, which is always a plus. I didn’t have a chance to try them all on, but I’m hoping to get back to the mall to try on a few pairs for spring.

Rocksbox Slate Golden Flair Necklace & White Button Up Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

What I’m Wearing

Jeans: Distressed Jagger Skinny Jeans (similar), c/o Vigoss Jeans
Top: James Perse Sheer Slub Panel Shirt, thrifted
Jacket: Nordstrom (similar)
Booties: Rag & Bone Newbury in Grey (budget-friendly)
Necklace: Borrowed from Rocksbox; use code HELLORIGBYXOXO to get your first month free!

What style of denim are you craving for spring? Have you tried Vigoss Jeans recently?


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42 thoughts on “Distressed Jeans

    1. Jenn Post author

      Haha, I know right? People love doing that to me too. Between friends and family members I was always shooing someone away so I could work :P

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Annessa! I think that’s what they do best, honestly. They have a huge selection of distressed denim!

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  1. Julie

    I’m a big fan of distressed jeans. Most of the pairs I own are distressed. lol! I actually only have 2 pairs that aren’t….oops! I do need to get more “un-distressed” pairs. Love the way you styled yours! I can’t even imagine how awkward it would be to be a bra fitter. I knew someone that worked at Victoria’s Secret that had to do it and she hated it. lol!
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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Julie! These are my only distressed pair other than shorts. Haha! I had a few times where it was really, really awful. They tended to be one of two types: 1. really old and uninhibited (and thus really awkward for me) or 2. really, really demanding and then they didn’t even buy anything. We weren’t on commission, but it still was such a bummer to feel like you did all this work for nothing.

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Niki! That’s too funny. I’m surprised there’s so many of us… definitely an interesting job! :P

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  2. Chris

    Cute outfit Jenn! I love your booties… are they comfortable? Are you wearing them with an ankle sock or just barefoot?

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Chris! They’re comfortable, but they do have a bit of height so I wouldn’t say they’re comfortable for a ton of walking or for hours and hours on your feet. I wear them with half ankle socks typically, so that you can’t see socks from the top.

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks so much, Emma! I really love the booties too, they go with so many things and are a great color for spring. You’re too kind!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Haha, it definitely was! And that’s so true about bra sizes! Thanks Mica, glad you liked the outfit! :)

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  3. Starla B

    Lol, what a cute first job! I know you had some interesting experiences! At least it wasn’t hard, manual labor.. ha! I love those jeans! They look great- I have always been a fan of distressed jeans!

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