Double Denim


Processed with VSCO with nc presetWhat’s it with denim? Everyone seems to be into them. Well in my opinion, they are comfortable for one and very easy to style. So why double denim? I say why not? Some people actually feel styling denim can be quite challenging. Well I’m here to teach you and show you how to overcome that challenge with a few tips.

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For this look, I’m wearing a denim skirt with a black and white print going down each side, a white shirt, denim jacket and black heels. I was going for a more relaxed but elegant look which can easily be transformed casual just by throwing on a pair of trainers or sandals.

How to style Denim:

  1. Make it monochrome

If you are unsure on how to match denim pieces, you can easily wear matching denim washes or go with a set.

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  1. Mix Match different washes

If you’re too scared you would look hideous wearing matching denim shades, you can go with different denim washes. Again, if matching different shades of denim seem overwhelming, you can just throw on a pair of black jeans with any other wash of denim and a white /coloured or stiped tee and you’re good to go.

To make your look pop, why not throw on some accessories? For this look I have a pair of gold earrings on alongside a gold neckpiece. I’m not too fussy about jewellery, so I always keep it simple or wear none. I hope I’m not the only one, if you’re like me, let me know in the comment section.

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Are you worried about the fit? not to worry, my advice will be going for slimmer, nicer and well fitted. This will make you feel more confident than you would if you wore loose fitting clothing. But by all means throw on whichever fit you’ve got and make it yours. Note however, Light denim washes accentuate body parts while dark washes give one a slimmer look. So choose wisely!

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So now that you know that styling denim is a no-brainer, go ahead and style yours! Tag me in your photos when you do, I would love to see how you went about styling yours.

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