One of the many reasons we love denim is that it isn’t bound by season. You can literally wear it any time of year. In our book that makes denim worth the buy every time! Check out some our favorite street style looks that will take you from summer to fall with no major wardrobe change necessary.
Image via Lookbook.nu.
This fashion blogger from England shows us exactly how to rock a denim studded romper in the colder months by the simple addition of Doc Marten’s and fishnets.
Image via Livejournal.
It almost seems like denim cut-off shorts and leather jackets were meant to be worn together, no?
Image via Annawii.
This outfit shows what good accessorizing really looks like–cuffed denim shorts along with the combo of the platform heels, suede purse, and matching braided belt bring the fall color palette front and center.
Image via le blog de betty.
Once again we see how well leather and denim go together. Leather accented denim cutoff shorts matched with this amazing leopard biker jacket lets this girl take a walk on the wild side… right into fall.
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It may not even be lunch time yet but our 2nd day here at PROJECT is well under way. We were able to catch up with Chelsea Scott, the owner of Dzojchen (doh-jen). Originally based out of London and Singapore, the brand is taking its first steps onto American soil at the show this week. Scott believes that good denim shouldn’t have to follow the trends of a season, but rather be able to transcend through collections. By having a few elements that pop, like asymmetrical zippers, pleats, leather accents and unique inseams, Dzojchen denim maintains a classic and simple look with comfort being a top priority. Head on over to the Dzojchen online store to be the first of your friends to rock Dzojchen before it hits U.S. stores later this year.
Photos by Raffael Flores Contreras
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