GAP Styling Session with Aya Jammal - Nouchaline

Saturday, March 9, 2013

GAP Styling Session with Aya Jammal

Four looks created by Aya Jammal.

On Thursday I headed down to Beirut Souks for the GAP styling session hosted by Aya Jammal, Editor -in-Chief of U Magazine Lebanon. Jammal, sporting mint GAP skimmers, presented the new collection of khakis and jeans. She had styled eight outfits with the pieces from the new collection, my favorite being the safari style one. We were then told to walk around and pick our favorite bottoms to try on from the new collection. I had a blast styling a bunch of different outfits with all the other bloggers.

Safari detail

The GAP is one of those brands that you used to wear a lot as a kid and that I still turn to as an adult (*shudder*) for basics like jeans. Their clothing is going through an evolution, and this season a beautiful new collection of bright jeans and khakis has been created. The collection brings about a new cut called "skimmers" which graze the hem of the ankle so you can show off the cute new spring shoes you got! I'm really loving the pastel, neon and bright colored denim trend, it's super fun this spring and summer. I even picked up a mint pair myself, can't wait to style it and show you guys.

What's your favorite bright color for denim??

Everybody loves Mint! 

Bloggers Tamar and Sandrine from The Closet Clause.

mint detail

The guys get some Aya Jammal love too, here are the four outfits she created for men!

I really want those gold sneakers!


  1. Wow, I just love this post!! I was just at the Gap, but didn't really find something I wanted to buy, although the colors are always irresistible!

  2. Whoa! This blog looks just like my old one! It's on a completely different topic but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Superb choice of colors!

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  3. Ahh I LOVE the gap! And the color mint! This seems like it was a great experience. Perfect! :D


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