Denim on denim is something I’ve grown to absolutely obsess over, and you should too! So how much denim is too much denim? This seems to be a common question in my life seeing as this is a large part of my style. Here’s how I style my Canadian tuxedos.
Let’s get down to the basics. Get yourself a solid pair of jeans and a jean jacket. I love pairing fitted bottoms with a loose fitting top; that being said, I go for some jeggings and a “too big for me” jean jacket. The key to pull off this look is to keep the two jean articles different shades. As seen above, I tend to opt for light wash, ankle jeans (I prefer fringe ankles) and a vintage, dark wash jean jacket.
To make it my own personal style, I love wearing this with very flowing tops. Tunic and T-shirt dresses are perfect for this outfit. In the pictures above, I’m wearing a flowy, white dress with lace detailing. Due to the amazing weather of this day, I simply added a paisley scarf and some jewels to accessorize. For shoes, I chose my classic, dark burgundy booties with zipper detailing.
Some of the pieces that I can’t live without are my jewels. With every outfit I always have certain pieces on my body. Here, you can see two necklaces—one short chain with a hamsa hand and one long chain with a white howlite stone. Both of these pieces are hand made and sold by myself. My other staple pieces are my rings. With this outfit I’m wearing six different rings—two moonstones, one jade, one lotus flower, one meditation/spinning ring, and a stainless steel ring.
And that, is how I style my denim on denim outfits.
P.S., I’m now brunette… plot twist right?