A lot of people say the biggest fashion NO-NO is mixing your denims. I’m not saying we should make it a yes-yes but I think we can give the mixed-denim look a chance for survival. I say experiment with different washes, textures and shades of denims. I’m loving light stonewash at the moment and dark grey denim. Brown is also an interesting alternative. Mixing different shades of blue denim I think is really hard to pull off but not impossible. All in all, there’s no harm in having a day or two of crazy denim.
Vintage NY Mets t-shirt, Miss Selfridge velvet denim pale blue skirt, spray-on dark denim jeans from HK, Office navy suede pumps // Uniqlo blue stripy t-shirt, Moschino Cheap & Chic grey cotton corset top, Miss Selfridge black stonewash denim ruffle skirt, Pepe skinny jeans, vintage mocs
Uniqlo office shirt, vintage dark denim skress with puffball hem, H&M white belt, vintage Levi’s cut-offs, Fiorucci white flats // Uniqlo brown stripy top, Topshop brown denim wraparound mini worn as top, deconstructed black denim skirt, Gap left weave straight legged jeans, blue leather ballet flats
Vintage grey bomber jacket, Topshop light brushed denim skirt w/ pockets, Topshop Baxter dark grey skinny jeans, Azona grey suede platform shoes // Zara black denim blazer, American Apparel dark blue ribbed t-shirt, H&M black denim skirt w/ lace ruffle hem, vintage blue stonewash frayed skirt, vintage suede flat mary-janes
Grey and white chiffon hanky top, Zara blue/grey denim pencil skirt w/ side zip, Miss Sixty skinny jeans, white leather ballet pumps w/ black sequins // Vintage Levi’s oversized denim jacket, American Apparel navy tank, Preen white top, vintage denim skress, black leggings, H&M white belt around knees, white pumps w/ ankle ties
(Background pics from "Forever in Blue Jeans" in Dazed & Confused May 2006)