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.
We know it can be tough to get comfortable styling items beyond the standard denim jacket and skinny jeans, but it’s refreshing and fun to branch out and work in some silhouettes as the seasons change. We think of long denim skirts as flawless for fall and late summer, but they work just as well for a chilly night on the beach or a midnight stroll on your summer camping trip. Try these four looks!
M2F continues to provide colored denim enthusiasts with a richer approach to wearing brights. Their thread-dyed jeans and denim garments possess a unqiue vintage look that says, “I’ve been wearing these since high school!” (even if you just bought them yesterday). They continue to expand their selection and color range, featuring a pale minty green flare-leg, faded magenta cut-offs, and semi-destroyed grape purple boyfriend jeans. How can you say no to these?
Today, Sarah’s going to show you how to pair yellow and blue jeans with some of her personal favorite tops and accessories. Since the color trend is only getting bigger, we figure it’s time to pull the last few of you non-believers onto the bandwagon and take off on a summer of super colorful style. Check out how she styles these two pairs of d.brand jeans below.
Watch the video below.
Let’s summarize what we’ve learned!
How To Wear Yellow Jeans
Go nautical with a striped white & navy top.
Create high-contrast with a color-wheel friendly yellow & purple combo.
Opt for spring pastels with a white/pink floral top.
How To Wear Blue Jeans
Look 1. Take the color wheel route and go with a bright red t-shirt.
Go neutral with an oatmeal colored sweater.
Mustard yellow and cobalt blue? Match made in heaven.
Which hue do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below, or on facebook!
Raven Denim continues to be a breath of fresh air to the denim market, with their super flattering mid-rise and comfy on-trend chinos. Designer Ya-el Torbati adds some flair to the pieces with painted elements and a fresh, earthy pastel color palette. The brand is doing some exciting things, like their collaboration with Stephen Burrows (the brand’s first designer collab) and their organic and recycled men’s jeans. Stand-out pieces include orange chinos and coated denim that give an updated take on the leather look.
Siwy Denim‘s spring denim collection is as sassy and fierce as ever, with colored denim options to brighten up your wardobe in a snap. Our favorite of the bunch? Dip-dyed cut-off shorts, perfect for pairing with filmy summer tanks, bandeau tops at the beach, or even a tailored blazer to rock at a (fashion-forward) summer internship.
Can’t leave your favorite denim overalls in your past? We don’t blame you. They can be a super chic way to rock tomboy style and set yourself apart from the standard t-shirt and jeans crowd. Refinery29 has a few ideas for you, from rolled overall shorts to full length numbers you could seriously wear to work.
We already shared our round-up of pink and purple jeans we love for summer, so now let’s apply it to your closet! Russian style blogger and editor Alexandra put together a bright and tropical ensemble using an orange t-shirt and pink skinny jeans on lookbook yesterday that caught our eye. If you love it like we do, scroll and shop the look!
We love talking denim, but let’s face it, we’re not wearing denim in our hair, on our feet, or on our lips (okay, fine, there are some theatrical exceptions to that in photograph form somewhere). But denim-love aside, we’re sure you’ve been hunting around for some universal spring shopping advice too. After all, a good foundation, sunnies, and cute accessoires are just as crucial as your on-trend neon jeans. That’s why we’ve rounded up 9 essential accessories staples we’ll be buying…