Denim like you used to

Blue Jeans. It’s not always about Lana Del Rey.

Nonetheless, the most suitable song to hear while reading.

What I find more exciting about denim is that you can treat it more like a material than a piece of clothing. Maybe, you’ve already discerned the new denim mania which boils down to three words: ripped, boyfriend, tie dyed, oversized, frayed… Ok, more than three words.

Taking everything into consideration, along with the following photos, I would like to warn you about combinations and details you wouldn’t expect, but you should follow suit.

Your destroyed roll – up pair of jeans seems to be combined quite easily with your favorite basic white t–shirt or shirt and your high heels.

As a thrill seeker, I would choose my most unique pair of shoes, sneakers or high heels, to accompany marvelously my “decadent” pair of jeans.

We never had the chance to talk about denim jackets/skirts. I had never thought all this “artistic” expression and experimentation could be implemented on denim jackets/skirts. Well, here how it goes!

When it comes to tie dye, Isabel Marant knows better.

Summing up, you don’t need to invest in the most expensive pair of jeans to have such a result. DIY is the next big thing. After all, we all know how many pair of jeans we have deeply buried in our wardrobe. Having tie – dyed or frayed your forgotten pair of jeans (or jacket or skirt, now you know) yourself, you raise the sentimental value, don’t you think?

Evmorfia Savvaidi

Photos via streetfsn, jak&jil, style by kling and tuula