8 Non-Dated Skinny-Jean Outfits That Are Making Me Rethink Everything

Read before declaring them "over."

8 Non-Dated Skinny-Jean Outfits That Are Making Me Rethink Everything

As I write this, it's Friday afternoon, and I'm almost too tired to get into the skinny-jean debate yet again, but I chose this topic, so here we go. If you need a crash course, about a month or so ago, Gen Zers on TikTok declared millennials' beloved skinny jeans passé, and the responses on both sides were passionate, to say the least. As a millennial who doesn't wear skinny jeans all that much, I think I'm a pretty neutral party to offer some perspective on this topic.

I fully recognize and respect that many people of both generations simply don't want to part with their skinny jeans. So the key to making them look cool and fresh lies in the way you style them. I found eight non-dated outfit examples that make skinny jeans look every bit as cool as Gen Z–approved baggy jeans. Scroll to check them out for yourself, and shop items (including skinny jeans) needed to re-create them.

Non-dated outfit tip: A sweater set and fun shoes is a winning combination with skinny jeans.

Non-dated outfit tip: Go classic with a white button-down and trendy shoes, and you'll never look dated.

Non-dated outfit tip: A pretty top and kitten heels paired with skinny jeans is the perfect outfit to wear out to dinner this time of year.

Non-dated outfit tip: For a fun look, match your shirt to your shoes and throw on a couple of coordinating accessories.

Non-dated outfit tip: Pair your jeans with something colorful, and keep proportions in mind. Something more oversize always complements a pair of fitted skinny jeans.

Non-dated outfit tip: A pair of It sneakers and a pretty silk top is an unexpected match that always works with skinny jeans.

Non-dated outfit tip: When you're short on time and feel like you have nothing to wear, it's wise to always go with a white T-shirt and loafers if you're wearing skinny jeans.

Non-dated outfit tip: A cute top and fun heels work with any type of jeans—case in point.

Next up, five issues everyone has with skinny jeans (and how to fix them).

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Vanessa Dew, the Co-Founder of Health-Ade Kombucha, on Following Your Gut

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Vanessa Dew, the Co-Founder of Health-Ade Kombucha, on Following Your Gut

Welcome toSecond Life, a podcast spotlighting successful women who've made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer at Who What Wear, each episode gives you a direct line to women who are game changers in their fields. Subscribe to Second Life on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts to stay tuned.

A few years ago, kombucha entered the mainstream, becoming the latest wellness trend stunning the masses with its various gut health benefits. At the forefront of the movement was Health-Ade Kombucha, which launched in 2012 at a local Los Angeles farmer's market with only 60 bottles, and to the founders' surprise, they sold out. Behind the new kombucha brand was a team of best friends: husband-and-wife, Justin and Daina Trout, and Vanessa Dew. As the Co-Founder and Chief Sales Officer, Vanessa Dew quickly realized that they created a unique product, second to none: "When we think about how Health-Ade is different, [it's because] we have guaranteed probiotics in each bottle. And that's really important because when you think about why you're drinking kombucha for the gut, you want to make sure it's jam-packed with probiotics and healthy bacteria, and we guarantee that every single time." In 2019, Health-Ade single-handedly contributed 80% of the category's growth, and today, the brand has grown from selling in a single farmer's market into 35,000 stores, including household names like Whole Foods, Target and Trader Joes.

It comes as no surprise that Dew has always loved science. She majored in biochemistry in college, and right out of school, landed a job at Pfizer, a top global pharmaceutical company, holding an esteemed title as Senior Sales Representative. Dew was fascinated with the world of pharmaceuticals and the idea of curing the world through life-saving medicines, so after Pfizer, she then went to work at GlaxoSmithKline, another major pharmaceutical company. And while Dew loved the world of science, she also had an entrepreneurial itch; thus, she decided to enroll in business school at USC, where she learned the power of networking. Throughout her early career, Dew had a tiny voice in her head pushing her to find a vocation that fulfilled her, and she did just that by following her gut to eventually start Health-Ade Kombucha. 

Tune in to the latest Second Life episode to hear how Dew knew when to listen to her inner voice and how she is continuing to evolve the brand into new products. And keep scrolling to discover Health-Ade's latest launches. 

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