Double the Denim

I’m sure most of you ladies own at least one item of denim clothing. Denim is such a timeless and incredibly versatile trend that seems to never go out of fashion, as clearly indicated by the New York Fashion Week this year, where prominent designers showcased the classic style.

Denim can be worn in so many different ways and it seems the latest trend is to double up your denim. So ladies, find that old denim jacket or pair of denim jeans and spruce it up with… that’s right, more denim!

Here are some fantastic ways to pair different denim styles together to keep your wardrobe on the double denim trend:
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The gorgeous dark blue denim pencil skirt pictured above, from “ONLY” at, is the perfect addition to your everyday wardrobe. Super versatile and easy to pair with almost anything, I’d recommend pairing it with this elegant frilly top from Contempo also found on You’ll keep your denim style looking both chic and urban with these two fabulous pieces.
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I like to think of the stunning denim blouse above, from Forever New, as my staple white blouse (only in denim). It’s such a flexible piece and can easily be dressed up or down to suit multiple occasions. I suggest pairing it with these stylish skinny jeans with a beautiful flower print from Sissy Boy found on The print adds a gorgeous feminine touch to the outfit.
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A denim jacket. It’s pretty hard to go wrong with this classic item of clothing and I just love the timeless style and worn feeling of this one (pictured above) from Country Road. Pair it with these gorgeous cropped denim jeans from Forever New and you’ll be well on your way to maximising the double denim trend.

Ladies, with these fabulous denim items available at major retailers, you’ve got all you need to stay on trend with denim this season.

Yours in fashion


By |April 4th, 2018|Categories: Denim, Jackets, Trends, Wardrobe|0 Comments

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