It’s the question that divides the nation: Should you or shouldn’t you double up on your denim. This summer, denim isn’t just a wardrobe staple, it’s a fashion must-have. Double denim, or wearing it head-to-toe, has never been more on trend.
There was a blue mood all over the spring/summer 2015 runways, including some covetable cropped straight leg jeans and denim skirt and denim dresses at Gucci in Milan, smartly tailored indigo jackets at Burberry Prorsum in London and even a ruffled denim top and ballgown skirt at Veronique Branquinho in Paris. Even Levi Strauss has rebooted its classic Levi’s 501 jean with the new 501 CT style featuring a tapered leg and a slightly roomier waist.
With so many designers rediscovering the enduring street smarts of denim, the beauty about this trend is you probably already have it in your wardrobe.
I’m betting most of us own at least one pair of jeans, and most likely there is a chambray shirt or a denim jacket lurking at the back of your wardrobe too. So why not wear them both together for a fresh take on some trusty staples?
I find the best way to wear double denim is in clean washes and classic styles.
Jumping into hot weather in New York , I love wearing shorts and flashy double color boots, feel super comfortable and adding some jewelry for glamour look)
Photos by Egor Tsodov
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