Varsity jackets and jeans are a classic Americana style combination that you can’t go wrong with. Reminiscing for your college days? We’re pretty sure a handful of the super stars rocking these looks in the images below have graduated, but they’re taking it right out of the classroom and into the arena of advanced personal style. Get some inspiration below, and more at Honestly…WTF.
Who doesn’t love The Outsiders? Too young to remember watching and/or reading this in school? Allow us to refresh your memory:
The Outsiders is a 1983 American drama film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by S. E. Hinton. Jo Ellen Misakian, a librarian at Lone Star Elementary School in Fresno, California, and her students were responsible for inspiring Coppola to make the film. (Source)
In this gem of a flick you’ll meet Ponyboy Curtis, Sodapop, Darrel (played by Patrick Swayze) and a hoard of denim-wearing greasers who are literally too cool for school. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll put on your favorite jeans and cut the sleeves off an old t-shirt.
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No time to fuss over what you’re going to wear today? Try this super easy (and very chic) combination that’s perfect for fall. It’s the fail-proof denim x knit top x jacket equation, and it always = awesome.
Start with your favorite pair of jeans (we love a relaxed fit, perhaps with a bit of distressing, but skinny works too). For fall, we’ll start out with dark wash jeans. Add a scoop neck knit top, tucked in either fully with a belt or just half-tucked in the front. Over this, throw a soft tailored blazer and cuff the sleeves. Add some chic flats, and you’re out the door!
We spotted two on-trend ladies during NYFW who have this look down to a science.
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To say goodbye to spring and officially launch into summer, we’re looking back on some of our best denim-crazed posts from March, April and May. If you missed out on some of the street style, how-to, or reviews, never fear! It’s all right here.
The only thing more exciting than going to a huge music festival? Browsing hundreds of festival style pics after the show wraps up! Okay, we digress. There’s something about the open air, pool parties, live music, and a bunch of friends dressed up in festival fan fare that you just can’t beat. But if you didn’t go to Coachella 2012, this is the next best thing. Check out some of the denim street style we loved from around the web.
Madewell is taking off once again on one of their Denim Roadtrip adventures, with an RV full of must-have jeans and summer style staples. Keeping with the vintage-inspired, bohemian theme of the endeavor, patrons will get to shop the jean selection and then get a festival-ready braid done by a pro hair stylist at the “braiding bar”. Denim styling tips will also be on the menu, so bring your Q’s! They take off in 2 days and their schedule is packed across the US, so find your city below!
There’s a fine line between fashion holes in your jeans and those tears that cross the line into not-so-cool territory. Obviously Mary-Kate Olsen knows how to rock torn denim, but how much bigger would you let your holes get before you sent your jeans to us? Whatever the size and wherever the location, Denim Therapy is here to fix all your rips (or, we could just turn those holey pants into badass cut-offs).
If you think this blog is an overwhelming display of denim eye candy, you’re right. But on Denim Therapy’s Tumblr, we’ve outdone ourselves. Check us out, follow us, re-blog us, and get inspired by everything from denim DIY to perfect outfits and more!
Go to any show at New York Fashion Week and you’re sure to run into a crowd of extremely good looking people. No, we don’t mean the models. We mean show-goers. Stylish fashion-followers, editors, bloggers, and photogs crowded Milk Studios, Lincoln Center, and various show locales to see the Fall 2012 collections unveiled, and while they were gawking at the clothes, we were gawking at them. Here are a few of our favorites.