Spring Style Trend: Denim & the Many Ways to Wear It!
I'm slowly starting to pull more spring like pieces from my wardrobe as the weather is even slower in warming up. Needless to say, I'm ready to embrace the spring trends. One easy on-trend style to follow right now is spring denim! Now you may wear jeans all year long, but that doesn't mean you can't embrace denim a little differently this spring. I have three light and easy denim ideas that will make you all the more stylish this spring.
The Boyfriend Jean
Break away from your tight skinny jeans from this winter and go for a relaxed, cooler vibe with the boyfriend jean. This jean makes the perfect casual weekend style, but can also easily be dressed up with the right accessories. Pair with an equally comfy loose sweater and add bright or decorative flats, a chic purse, and simple studs or jewelry for an effortlessly cool and comfortable look!
The Jean Jacket
It's finally time to find that beloved jean jacket! Whether it is a dark wash or light, you can find endless spring outfits to pair it with! The dark jean jacket in this outfit adds to a sophisticated spring style. A three quarter sleeved dress, heeled booties, and light scarf will keep your outfit suitable for the spring weather, while bright earrings bring that pop of color to brighten your outfit and your day! And don't forget your shades :)
The Shirt Dress
Last but not least, the denim shirt dress. You can create so many stylish outfits with this one piece added to your wardrobe. I have this exact shirt dress from H&M and I love it! It works as a casual, everyday style, or you can add some great statement jewelry to dress it up for your weekend night out. It goes great with leggings and flats when the weather gets warmer, or if you're still wearing boots (like me) it's great with tights/leggings and any type of boots! And since the light denim goes with so many accessory styles, have fun with it and mix up your accessories this spring!
What's your favorite denim style?
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