I have been really skeptical about this whole denim on denim trend. I honestly didn’t think I could pull it off. When I went to shoot this look I was planning on wearing my yellow raincoat but it just didn’t look good on camera. So I wen’t for something completely different and new (for me). Denim on denim. Even though I am really happy how this outfit turned out I still don’t know if I ever dare to wear double denim again.
I am obsessed with everything that’s denim. I have way too many denim jackets and I have got quite a few pairs of jeans. The mom jeans that I am wearing are my current go-to bottoms. They are really comfortable and look good with basically anything. The denim jacket is also my current go-to piece, but I always automatically wore it with black jeans. Little did I know how good they would look together.
When it comes to double denim I know it’s a big no no to wear two completely same washed denims. My jeans and jacket does have very similar vibes but I think the washes are still different enough to follow the ‘rules’, even though aren’t the rules made to be broken?
Now let’s talk about other very important part of this outfit. Ginatricot is a store that has lots of t-shirts with amazing prints and statements. When I first walked in there my eyes caught a shirt that said ‘going nuts for coconuts’ – something that would suit me more than well. But right next to that shirt was this amazing t-shirt with a beautiful statement that I knew was very much needed to put out there right now. ‘Make love not walls‘ – exactly, love is what this world needs right now. So without any hesitations I walked out with it and have been wearing it nonstop since.
I am always in for small acts like these, and seems like I am not the only one since this shirt is sold out from every ginatricot store around the world. Hope they stock more so some of you can take it home too!
What are your thoughts about double denim? Yay or nay?