A pair of blue denims can never go wrong yet some people make this basic garment so glamorous that they turn heads at every corner. What’s makes it special is the way it’s styled!
This autumn 2019, we bring you five chique ways to style your denims and give you the Diva look.
So let’s see what’s the latest in denims first-
The mommy jeans with a high waist is BIG comeback this season. And so are the flared bottoms.
The panelled look in different colours of denims and the boyfriend jeans from last season are still on the ramp. And the suave tapered ankle length is everything glamour can include when it comes to this fabric.
A pair of heels is what does the trick. Maybe not stilettos for you but even a platform paired with the right style of jeans can add that oomph. So, a flared bottom and an ankle length are the best styles to go with high heels or platforms. But for a boyfriend jeans or the high waist loose fit, only small heels or peep toes look stylish.
Go for the double denim look- if you are going for the same shades in shirt and lowers, make sure to break the monotony with belt and footwear in same tones of contrast – dark blue denim looks with brown belt and brown footwear or light colour with black belt and black footwear will make the style look great and classy. Even a silk scarf on double denims can look real chic!
Nothing beats the 90s look of blazer with denims! Go for a snug fit blazer to team with your denims, loose or tapered- the style looks great. You can either sport the out-shirt look or a belt it up. My take- go for a white shirt, black blazer and black heels!
Espridalles in brown combined with straight cut jeans look amazingly stylish for a casual look. Style it with a loose pullover in a bright shade.
Go Cavalli with your denims and style it with either a snake print belt or heels, this autumn. A classic look could be white tank with blue denims and snake print heels.
A big mistake to avoid is loading yourself with jewelry when you wear denims- it’s a big No! Just a classy watch, either metallic or leather strap depending on your look, is just the perfect accessory to go with denims.
The simpler you keep it, the more stylish it looks!