Nov
26
2014
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Setting the Mood: Double Up On Denim
Written by: admin | Setting the Mood

denim on denim fashion editorialIf you live in America, you own a pair of jeans.  For whatever reason, this time of year feels very “Americana” to me.  The only thing I own more of than crop tops is denim.  Once I found a brand and style I liked, I bought it in every available color and/or pattern.  When it comes to cold weather, I start at the bottom (much like Drake), as in my jeans and then build my outfit around them.  This is why I often complain to my friends about having no tops.  But that is neither here nor there, as let’s talk about you and your denim needs.  Whether it’s the perfect pair of jeans, a chambray shirt, or a beaten up jean jacket, be sure to slip into something that feels more American than apple pie.

denim accessoriesRag & Bone Boyfriend Distressed Denim JacketKoku Viva Denim ClutchThe Laundress Denim Care SetMiu Miu Crystal Embellished Denim Pointed Toe Flats

xx,

WhyDid

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Feb
23
2011
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Why Did You Wear That: Denim on Denim Crime
Written by: WhyDid | Why Did or Why Don't?

Another trend that was once a fashion faux pas is double denim.  While you are probably rolling your eyes and ready to click that cute little “x,” hear me out.  Kate Bosworth can clearly do no wrong and here she is as a shining example of how denim on denim can look totally chic.  Britney and JT, on the other hand, are exemplifying that it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

The trick when wearing “denim times two” is to make certain that the pieces are distinctly different shades.  Also, the silhouettes should also be contrasting proportions.  Don’t wear boyfriend jeans with a blousey shirt or vice versa (jeggings and a denim tube top). If you’re going to attempt this somewhat controversial trend, try a dark skinny pant with a loose chambray button down just like Kate.

don’t break my  heart…

xx,

WhyDid

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