Denim Upgrade: 5 Pieces To Refine Your Wardrobe
Denim, which originated in the mid 19th century, has become a global fashion staple because in whatever form or style, it always seems to be in vogue. Coming a long way since the days of Levis Strauss, iconic brands like Calvin Klein, Tom Ford and Fendi are getting more creative by incorporating denim into their ready-to-wear collection—so if you are getting bored with wearing jeans, think again. Perhaps a jacket or a pair of overalls might just do the trick to refine your wardrobe.
Kenzo Cropped Denim Jacket
From the La Collection Momento No.2, which features a unique collaboration between Kenzo and Britney Spears, this cropped denim jacket adds a touch of restyled retro flair to any outfit. Details like the single coloured pocket and ‘Jumping Tiger’ label provide an eclectic yet subtle Asian influence.
Fendi Gold Edition Black Denim Trousers
If you’re looking for an alternative with a dressier vibe, this pair of black trousers by Fendi has gold edition side studs and double wavy back pocket detailing to give you the right amount of edge. Cropped just above the ankle, slip on your ankle boots or stilettos to elongate your silhouette.
Zadig & Voltaire City Destroy Overall
Make an unconventional fashion statement with Zadig & Voltaire’s denim overalls. Treated with ‘destroyed’ patches and worn-in rough finishing for an urban appeal, who says rugged can’t be chic?
Tom Ford Raw Denim Mini Skirt
Show off your sexy side in a raw denim mini skirt by Tom Ford that has gunmetal accents on its zippers. This darker hue makes it a little less casual, and you might want to throw on a leather jacket to amp up your outfit.
Calvin Klein Oversized Archive Western Shirt
Calvin Klein’s oversized denim shirt has the quintessential All-American cowboy vibe. From its snap button closures to the shirttail hem and cowboy shoulder pads, this long sleeve shirt looks great either tucked in or out. Don’t forget to bring some sass when you leave your house.
Image Credits: Fendi, Zadig & Voltaire, Tom Ford, Calvin Klein