Dashing In Denim: How To Rock The Denim Look


Denim is casually stylish no matter the season, so it is always the perfect time to play up your look with a new pair of jeans or some denim accents on your clothing. These looks can be business casual, easygoing and effortlessly stylish. So, get creative and let these denim pieces completely spice up your wardrobe.


Denim flats.

These Toms are perfect for a day of running errands or relaxing by the pool. The acid-washed denim is reminiscent of ’80s style, which is making its way back into the closets of daring fashionistas

Denim heels

Make Casual Fridays in the office a little more interesting with a pair of heels in denim.

The jean jacket


Jean jackets can be dressed up or down, and look great on everyone. If you’re wearing your jacket to the office, pair it with flared slacks, a wedge heel and a scarf for a look that’s polished yet laid-back. Jean jackets also look great with rompers, or any length of sundress. Roll up the sleeves while it’s still warm outside though!


The denim vest

Wear it with a floral or striped chiffon blouse for an urban-sophisticate look. Pair it with a romper and gladiator sandals for a carefree day-at-the-park vibe. Or, throw it on with your favorite graphic tee if you’re feeling rocker chic. The denim vest is extremely versatile, and a little cooler than a jacket, which will make for more comfortable wear during the hotter days of summer.


The denim skirt


Embrace your inner rocker with a jean skirt that flares t the bottom. the light wash is especially summery, and if you’re so inclined, a denim bra shirt will make the outfit even more daring. However, a floral or polka-dotted button-down, tied at the waist will make this jean skirt look just as stylish and adorable–ripped thigh-highs optional.

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