How to style Double Denim

Double denim is a definite in thing right now; lets be real, its as risky as anything but sometimes risks can pay off. 

Lets face it, nobody wants to look like Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake in 2000. However, trying to bring back a classic 80’s look can be pulled off, if you do it right. 

1. Wear similar tones:

I think the general consensus when wearing double denim is a massive ‘never wear the same shade of denim’. However I beg to differ, I definitely think wearing a really dark blue denim jacket with a light blue denim skirt would look random if the shades were too far apart. My advice is to more so wear similar denim, or even exactly the same shade. My jeans are almost the same colour as my jacket however they’re slightly lighter. 

2. Either go super casj or super dressy

Evidently, my fit has been styled to be dressy (surprise, surprise). I jump at any opportunity to dress nicely, so I wasn’t going to let this one be different. I’ve worn an embroidered blouse underneath to keep it pretty smart. If I were to go super casj I would wear a short sleeve slogan t shirt underneath with Converse. This would be pretty edgy. 

3. Break the denim up

I’ve seen many celebrities in just double denim; meaning a denim shirt and denim bottoms. Although this can be an iconic look, it’s not necessarily something your average joe could pull off. I know that double denim with nothing underneath can actually look real cute, however it is very risky and probably would be best if it were brought as a co-ordinate. I would definitely advise wearing just something underneath, i.e. a bralette underneath an open denim shirt. 

Anyone can pull off double denim as long as you either stick to the rules, or simply break them with a massive amount of confidence. If you know you look good, everyone else will know it too. 

Thank you for reading!

Macy x

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