Fashion Tip- The 7 Do’s And Don’ts Of Wearing Denim On Denim

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The denim on denim style (or jean on jean, like it’s popularly known as around) has been trending for a while now but how well you are able to pull off the look goes a long way in showcasing the fashionista that you truly are. Here are eight tips that will help you rock the denim on denim look with style.
1. DO: Play with colors if you’re a total beginner. Before delving into shades of double blue, start out by pairing different shades of denim together, like white jeans and a blue denim jacket, or black jeans and a chambray shirt. It’s almost impossible to go wrong this way.

2. DON’T: Wear denim accessories. Keep the jeans confined to your clothing and just say no to denim shoes, a denim hat, a denim handbag, or any other accessory.

3. DO: Use denim shades to flatter or hide body parts. As a general rule, lighter shades of denim draw attention to the body parts they
cover, while darker washes create a slimming effect. For many women this means that dark denim jeans, and a lighter denim top or jacket is the most flattering way to go.


4. DON’T: Wear a denim outfit that’s all the same weight or wash.
You don’t want to look too matchy matchy.


5. DO: Distress. Something about distressed denim (ripped jean shorts or jeans) just lends itself well to the denim on denim look. So don’t be afraid to rip away.

6. DON’T: Look to Westerns for inspiration. Think of denim on denim, and images of cowboys likely come to mind, and that’s not necessarily a good thing—you don’t want to end up looking like a caricature. That means staying away from accessories like cowboy boots, cowboy hats, bolo ties, and Western belts.

7. DO: Dress up your double denim. Don’t be afraid to elevate your outfit with luxe-looking items including statement heels, a tuxedo blazer, or a fabulous red lip.

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