Playing Real Life Barbie With Tory Burch Denim

This week Tory Burch hosted a bunch of fashion bloggers and online editors at her Meatpacking boutique to celebrate the launch of her new denim collection. But instead of just browsing the collection over cocktails and passed hors d'oeuvres (don't get me wrong, those pigs in blankets were delicious and I ate a lot of them), we got to play real life Barbie dress up with models wearing Burch's new denim line. The line itself was super cute. Some styles were just what you'd imagine Tory Burch denim to look like--classic, clean, bootcut--but other styles were much more unexpected and trendy. There were metallic brushed jeggings (though Tory calls them "denim leggings"), boyfriend jeans brushed with silver as well (called "tomboy jeans"), and some crazy colorful print stretch jeans that looked all paint splattered.
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This week Tory Burch hosted a bunch of fashion bloggers and online editors at her Meatpacking boutique to celebrate the launch of her new denim collection. But instead of just browsing the collection over cocktails and passed hors d'oeuvres (don't get me wrong, those pigs in blankets were delicious and I ate a lot of them), we got to play real life Barbie dress up with models wearing Burch's new denim line. The line itself was super cute. Some styles were just what you'd imagine Tory Burch denim to look like--classic, clean, bootcut--but other styles were much more unexpected and trendy. There were metallic brushed jeggings (though Tory calls them "denim leggings"), boyfriend jeans brushed with silver as well (called "tomboy jeans"), and some crazy colorful print stretch jeans that looked all paint splattered.
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This week Tory Burch hosted a bunch of fashion bloggers and online editors at her Meatpacking boutique to celebrate the launch of her new denim collection. But instead of just browsing the collection over cocktails and passed hors d'oeuvres (don't get me wrong, those pigs in blankets were delicious and I ate a lot of them), we got to play real life Barbie dress up with models wearing Burch's new denim line.

The line itself was super cute. Some styles were just what you'd imagine Tory Burch denim to look like--classic, clean, bootcut--but other styles were much more unexpected and trendy. There were metallic brushed jeggings (though Tory calls them "denim leggings"), boyfriend jeans brushed with silver as well (called "tomboy jeans"), and some crazy colorful print stretch jeans that looked all paint splattered. Each outlet was asked to create a look on a model wearing Tory Burch denim using anything in the store. I'm not a stylist (as I made clear in my last style challenge) so I just put the model in something I'd want to wear. I must have been subconsciously craving some crisp autumn weather because my model ended up in a plaid shirt and oversized cardigan. Guess some of my four years in college in Maine seeped in as my girl ended up looking very New England-y preppy too. You can check out the other looks on Tory Burch's FB page.