There have been recently a re-bith of a special trend, and I have almost missed it. Almost – but not completely!
Guys, denim skirts are back! Are you excited as much as I am? Aww, don’t tell me you knew about it already! Awww!
Mini skirts, distressed skirts (which are as cool as distressed jeans and maybe even cooler, since skirts in general have better ventilation than pants), button front ones, all of them are for the fashionistas who are tired of wearing jean shorts. Shorts are cool, but they are everywhere! Since denim skirts have been out of fashion for a while, denim shorts took over the stage. So, today if I want to look different, my choice would be to wear a denim skirt. Are you with me?
The next week I plan to join the outstanders and do a denim skirt DIY. And today I want to investigate with you how to wear denim skirts. Let’s take a look!
Pencil Jean Skirt
This season a pencil denim skirt must be distressed. It is as obvious as knowing that the sky’s blue and the sun’s yellow. Since you won’t be able to run in it anyway, wear it with a pair of stilettos or – even better – mules. To show your internal tomboy, add something sporty-rocky on the top of your body whether it is the torso or head. A baseball cap, rock t-shirt or vintage denim jacket will equally do. Perfect look of a tomboy playing dress-up.
Denim Mini Skirt
Denim mini skirts are definitely the sexiest skirts ever. But let’s sexy it down and opt for a relaxed look instead. Be sporty, be rocky, be vintage-y, but no stilettos, please!
Button Front Denim Skirt
Button front denim skirt immediately raises a fashion bar of your outfit to the sky high levels. It begs you to for something sophisticated: a soft felt fedora, a pair of lace-up sandals… or at least for corky reflective sunglasses. “Don’t leave me alone with wardrobes staples” – it cries. Do not worry, Skirt, we won’t.
Not a fan of denim skirts? Then how about a denim apron? 😉
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