jeans, Jag Jeans ‘Sheridan’ c/o Jag Jeans & Fitcode | top, Style & Co. via Goodwill (similar) | jacket, vintage picked up in Austin (similar) | handbag, Proenza Schouler PS1 via Goodwill (similar) | necklace, House of Harlow | heels, Joe’s Jeans (also pretty) | watch, Apple Watch Series 1 in rose gold

True confession time: I’m a little infatuated with jeans with holes in the knees. It’s kind of a thing. It started out as one little hot deal from Old Navy back in November 2015, and over the past sixteen months it’s blown up into a full on obsession. Now most of my jeans have some sort of holes, and I find myself longing to chop into my other pairs. I’m trying to restrain myself. So when Fitcode and Jag Jeans invited me to come find my perfect fit and try out a pair of Jag Jeans I had a feeling more holes were coming home with me. Enter the reign of the Sheridan.

Fitcode makes it easy to find the right jeans for your body type. Gone are the days of frustration in the fitting room! Just visit their website, take a quick online fit quiz, and be instantly matched with tons of denim brands and styles to perfectly suit your frame. To say I love these jeans would be an understatement-and-a-half. From the minute I slipped them on in the fitting room I knew we would be very happy together. I stuck with my regular size although they’re a bit oversized, and I love their slightly slouchy fit. I was especially inspired by my stylist Anne from  Fitcode, who styled her Sheridans with tall cuffs and even cut additional holes in the knees, something I’m considering for my own pair. She paired them with ankle-strap heels, which clearly I copied here. This outfit really came together quickly, and is now one of my favorite go-tos for an evening out or Saturday adventure in the city. I also love that it’s a mostly thrifted look and features one of my favorite tops that I don’t wear nearly enough. This pale lavender is the perfect color for spring, too!