We all remember that unfortunate Brittany Spears – Justin Timberlake denim fiasco! But fortunate for us, 2015 is bringing back double denim! This versatile style is no longer a fashion no-go and has even been championed by some of the hottest celebrities! Saying that , admittedly it can be very scary, so how do we go about rocking this trend??
As a stylist I would stick with the following rules:
Keep it simple :
If you are going for double denim keep the accompanying colour palette simple. Accessories with nudes, neutrals or whites and stay away from using to much black or bold colours, this can make you look rather 90s. By keeping it simple your keeping the look more grown up and also letting the denim act as the statement piece.
Keep it classic:
Go and rake in your Dads/Boyfriends/Hubbys cupboard for a old Levi shirt (trust me they refuse to throw out anything Levi related). Pop it on, roll up the sleeves, tuck it into a pair of skinny jeans and throw on a pair of heels. BAM easiest double denim look ever! Not only has this saved you a few pounds but it is bang on trend and I can guarantee all the vintage lovers will love the fact you are sporting some old Levis!
Use different tones:
When mixing denim, choose slightly different denim tones. I’m not saying white denim on top and major blue wash on bottom (please don’t do that). But picking a slightly different tone will help to differentiate your curves and body shape better then going all out.
You can dress it up:
Don’t be scared to dress it up! Double denim done will looks fab if your going out for a ladies night. If your feeling confident enough why not look for a denim dress or even a jumpsuit? Just remember to keep the accessories simple, anyone can pull it off! Myleene Klass has hit the denim trend on the head! I’m in love with this look. She has managed to keep it so effortless whilst keeping it classy and slightly more formal. Myleene has had the confidence to team the look with a leopard print cover up, this looks amazing on her as she has kept the look very neutral rather then going for full on tiger stripes.