Jean Pool

Jean Pool

Jean Pool makes quite a splash this season…

Camouflage is still on trend and the skull never goes out of style. Low and behold, the #camouskull combo. It doesn’t have to be Halloween for you to go #skullcrazy over crystallized and camouflaged totes that make for a gothically chic carryall. Spacious and edgy, I found this perfect tote @JeanPool. Bonus: it includes an interior cross body pouch @ahdornments

Distressed is not underdressed in today’s #inmyjoes fashion world. Shred it and don’t regret it! Like all the rockers and celebs, put your distressed to the test. Soft, stonewashed and comfy – let @joesjeans work for you in this classic fit denim work shirt @JeanPool

Top of the handbag trends is the #guitarstrap. Make an old bag look new again! Look for structured handbags, decorated in rock star rage or eye-catching embroidery. Easy on, easy off and found affordably…if you know where to shop. Avoid paying the Fendi price, and stop by @VillageofCrossKeys to get yours in cognac, winter white, navy or black.

Don’t be a-frayed of those skinny ankle jeans. Your new go-to denim @7fam is perfect for showing off that haute new ankle boot, that’s also haute to trot this season. Pair your #denimnoir with a #LoveToken leopard print trim zip front bomber. Lined with faux fur, it’s purr-fect on the inside and tough on the out.

Stripes remain strong this season. They’re not just for sailors anymore and have become a fashion staple in my closet. French-made and fitted for fashion, the Breton style striped shirt replaces the basic white tee under any double breasted or single button blazer as the #newmodern approach to casual dress-down Fridays.

For those who crave #junkfood, go #guiltfree and proudly wear your favorite chocolate, frosted with jimmies or supersized fries. Tote your tofu and protein shakes around in this fun carryall and show the world your #self-discipline. #FunwithFashion @JeanPool

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.