Street Style: Denim Do’s

denimImages via Street Peeper

It’s safe to say the traditional confines of “denim don’ts” no longer apply in today’s day and age. Acid washed anything has come full circle—the faded dye technique is hip once again, especially in a formfitting romper. Overalls, particularly pairs that are vintage and fitted, are suddenly sexy. And, perhaps most surprising of all, an ensemble of head-to-toe denim isn’t a faux-pas, but rather an exercise in chic styling. We’ve collected a few of our favorite takes on styling denim, be it an oversized chambray button-up worn as a tunic, a pair of simple blue jeans to balance out a busy combination of layers, or the ever-popular pairing of cut off shorts with a vintage tee for a grungy, effortlessly cool look.

denimImages via Street Peeper and HEL LOOKS.

denimImages via HEL LOOKS and The Streets Walker.
denimImages via HiStylely and The Minneapoline.
denimImages via The Daybook and B. Jones Style.

So, tell us—how does denim fit into your wardrobe?

About Annie

Thrift shopping and cupcake baking are the two main constants within Annie's life. When she's not scouring for finds of a lifetime or indulging in calorie-laden confections, Annie enjoys bicycles, dogs, fashion, long stories, and inside jokes.

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3 Responses to Street Style: Denim Do’s

  1. Richard (ModCloth) 11/30/2010 at 2:14 pm #

    I love denim. Thanks for featuring it, Annie! I don’t generally wear blue jeans, but I love incorporating denim into my outfits with a denim western shirt, or a denim jacket, or a denim vest (just an old denim jacket with the sleeves cut off).

  2. Lily 11/30/2010 at 7:33 pm #

    I wear jeans almost every day and this was a great way of showing some off!

  3. Ethereal Me 11/30/2010 at 8:08 pm #

    Denim doesn’t just have a part in my wardrobe. It is my wardrobe. I’m always in my beloved skinny jeans, wearing a vintage chambray or denim shirt, and I love pairing denim with anything simple, classic, and slightly woodsy.

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