Whenever I am asked what my go-to outfit is, the answer is always denim!
Denim denim denim, I love it.
Some loathe it, other’s adore it (and I’m definitely on their side).
For me, and many others – denim is a staple in the wardrobe. It is most definitely my go-to texture to wear, both for work and play (or whenever I can get away with wearing it), and in whatever form it comes in.
To celebrate my love of denim, I have pulled together a double denim look featuring a couple of my favourite denim pieces sourced from Westfield Australia.
These pieces are current season, and are absolutely ideal for pairing together to pull off a simple off-duty, yet structured look.
This look features a dark chambray shirt with edgy ruffle detailing on the sleeves and back of the shirt (which I love), and is also the perfect length for tucking into high waisted jeans.
The shirt is the perfect dark denim shade, ideal for pairing with lighter bottoms.
The bottoms are a classic boyfriend style, in a lighter shade that is perfect for pairing with a darker shirt, or even a white t-shirt.
Shirts tucked in with this style of jean always look great too, as they have the perfect waist!
I know what some of you may be thinking – “I can’t pull that off”.
Well, let me tell you that yes, yes you can, and here’s how:
– Always wear either a darker denim shade on top, and a lighter shade on the bottom, or vice versa. This will ensure that you break the look up, and that the denim doesn’t wash you out.
– Don’t over do it with accessories. I always opt for a minimalist approach to styling, and therefore opt for black or nude accessories whenever I am styling with denim.
– For those trying the double denim look for the first time, test the waters by wearing a light chambray shirt with a really dark blue or black pair of jeans – this will create a cool contrast.
So, how do you style your denim pieces? I hope you’re rocking your individual style in whatever way you can!
Get the look!
These denim products are current season, and available from Westfield retailers.
Created in support of Westfield Australia.
Photography by simonarphotography.com