Denim jeans are perhaps one of the most popular items of clothing that exists. It’s hard to find any other garment as widely worn and loved all over the world. And no wonder! They’re resistant, comfortable, versatile and appropriate for every age. Chances are you own a pair or two, at least, and are probably looking for some fun and stylish ideas on how to wear them.
If that’s the case, don’t miss these three looks we’ve put together which are versatile, easy to wear, and will give you some denim inspiration.
Total denim look
Denim on denim can be tricky to do, but we have proof that it can look amazing. Whether you favour jeans, shirts or jackets (or all of them) here are some cool ways to wear the total denim look.
Denim jacket + jeans = a laid-back and stylish outfit. Add trainers, booties or stilettos; it depends on how glam you want to go.
With other basics, it’s a no-brainer. For instance, try a roll-neck jumper during the winter and layer it with blazers or jackets like one of our Personal Shoppers did here.
The result is a casual and trendy outfit that works perfectly for your day-to-day, whether it’s busy, relaxing or anything in between.
Do limit denim to your clothing, don’t add denim shoes, hat, bag, etc. Accessories should serve to break the all-jean aesthetic, not saturate it.
Every season there is a denim style that stands out, and this year we fell in love with flare jeans thanks to its subtle retro vibe.
High-waisted flares add instant length to your legs, especially if you pair them up with heels. Try it with a graphic tee and button-down denim shirt (but leave it open); then, throw on a colourful scarf to add more dimension to the look.
Give it a try!
Back to basics
Who said basic is boring? In the last decade, the skinny jean has become an essential of every wardrobe. It lengthens the silhouette and enhances your curves (in the right way) while being versatile and relaxed.
The skinny jean and chunky knit combination is a classic that never goes out of style and keeps you warm. The fun twist here is to wear a denim shirt underneath and let the collar and cuffs show. A subtle, easy little trick that dons tonnes of style!