Denim can come across as rugged and boring at first glance, which is why we’ve picked three amazing outfits to help reinvent your perception of the word! Dramatic, fresh, contemporary and… awesome are just some of the words we’d use to describe these looks.

But judge for yourselves!

And let us know which look is your favourite in the comment section below. xo


Look 1: Cropped Flare

Featuring a dramatic belled silhouette from the knee down, crop hi-lo flare jeans put a fresh spin on the classic ’70s flared pant! The key to this winning pair is that the high-waistline helps to lengthen the cropped cut. Altogether, we love the contemporary take on a typical 70’s bell bottom silhouette.

Shop the look:

Top: Diane Von Furstenberg // Flared Jeans: Storets


Look 2: Denim-on-Denim

While this denim revolution may be thanks to 90s and 70s influences during recent seasons, many styles are now hybrids of previous classic denim styles. Cuffs, frayed edges, patchwork, and staggered seams are all making denim really exciting again. So exciting, that we’ve found this awesome head-to-toe denim-on-denim outfit! Wearing a denim jacket layered over a chambray stripe shirt and high rise bootcut jeans just feels so right.

Shop the look:

Jacket: Forever 21 // Jeans: Madewell // Striped Shirt: Madewell


Look 3: Giving The Cold Shoulder

We are currently living for a good cold shoulder and playful ruffle. This Storets top takes the cake for perfectly pairing the two elements! Pair it with a slouchy fit boyfriend jean in a higher wash to match the trim of the ruffle sleeves.

Together this combo is the perfect weekend look.

Shop the look:

Top: Storets // Jeans: James Jeans // Sandals: Gucci

Model: Sarah Butler

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