As the temperature cools and leaves start to transform into warm hues, why not give yourself a pop of color while also staying cozy? Denim is one of the most versatile articles of clothing to own because it ranges in shades, styles, and products—and it’s definitely trendy. Most people are typically nervous to try the bold double denim trend. Check out these three tips on how to get out of your comfort zone this fall!
know what you like
There seem to be some controversial opinions on the use of double denim—should it match, or should it not? The answer is simple: do whatever you want! The beauty of denim is that there is no right or wrong way to wear or style it. Don’t get caught up in it being the same shade or having to be different shades in order to look good. You know what works on you and what you feel comfortable in. There is no way to look bad when you’re confident in your look.
spice it up
There is no rule on what you have to wear to pull off double denim. If you’re looking to start small, don’t overlook denim backpacks, hats, and accessories. All of these give the boldness and put together look you’re working for without the huge commitment. If you have no fear in commitment, try an all-denim look! If Britney and JT did it, why can’t you?
let it speak
Double denim is a bold fashion choice. Let it pop by wearing a T-shirt in a neutral or plain color. It gives you more flexibility in what to wear because you won’t have to worry about anything distracting from the look you’re trying to make. Discovering ways to re-style the denim pieces you already own can completely alter the aesthetic of your outfit. Throw your denim jacket over the shoulders instead of the traditional way—you just upgraded the outfit from casual to trendy chic.
Don’t let the double denim trend fly by you without giving it a chance this fall. Remember, there is no wrong way to style it as long as YOU feel comfortable and confident wearing it.
Try out these tips and let me know how they worked for you in the comments below!
Additional photo by Cassidy Clark.