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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Denim On Denim Fashion Inspiration

Credit | Pam Hetlinger

Let us show you how to employ the double denim look and ooze twice the chic factor.

A fabric that cuts across any boundaries and one that is an innate staple of today’s contemporary living is none other than the denim.

It is a fabric that practically embodies the democratization of fashion. It’s the classic of classics. Everyone from your grandparents to wee toddlers wear it.

If you have tons of denim pieces lying around and haven’t dared to dry the double denim trend, we highly recommend it! I don’t know anyone who is loathed to wearing a bit of denim and am inclined to have trouble to trust such a person, but hey, it’s all just fashion games at the end of the day, isn’t it?

For a look at how the street fashionistas are currently pulling off the denim on denim look, kindly have a scroll down below:

Skinny + Ripped

| Shelly LIU

Loose, Laid-back & Relaxed

| Viktoria Möller

Sporty Allure

| Sara Luxe

Retro Flare + Dotted

| Corazon De Maniqui

Triple Denim + Fur

| Sylvie Mus

That 70s Silhouette + Fringe

| Emma Hill

There is a real difference between chambray and denim but for this post (including the featured looks), they are utilized interchangeably.

Looking for breathable denim tops that you can wear with your jeans? Find our selection here!

Do you like the denim on denim outfits showcased above? Share your favorites(s) down below – I’d love to know!

“I’m not a slave to fashion; I’m into exercising my individuality.”Sandra Oh

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