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How To Make Your Denim Look More Luxe

We say it all the time, but denim is an amazing fabric because it’s so versatile. A pair of jeans can lend to your look, whether you’re heading to an outdoor festival or a lunch meeting with a client. Different colors, cuts, and textures on the market right now make this transitional styling option even more viable. We love the idea of taking jeans and making them totally luxe, because you add the element of glamour while keeping it cool. Today, we’ll show you how to do that with a few simple tricks.

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1. Denim shorts with kimono-style robes.


Zadig & Voltaire Play denim cut-off shorts ($225) – buy it at Net-A-Porter.

Topshop peach floral sheer kimono ($47) – buy it at Topshop.


2. Denim workshirts under tailored blazers.


Delia*s Lightweight denim workshirt ($40) – buy it at Delia*s.

Sportmax Aubergine Sondalo Corduroy Blazer ($283) – buy it at My Wardrobe.


3. Denim dress with chunky, glam costume jewelry.


CURRENT/ELLIOTT Blue Destroyed Denim Dress ($279) – buy it at Stylebop.

GUESS by Marciano Rhinestone Bib Necklace ($128) – buy it at GUESS.


Try these tips and let us know how you like ’em!

Opening image via Fashion Gone Rogue.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Jan 30 2012 in Denim Therapy » Denim Tips

Erin Wasson In White Cut-Off Shorts for Zadig & Voltaire’s Spring Campaign

Erin Wasson is rocking one of our favorite year-round wardrobe staples in the new Zadig & Voltaire spring 2012 campaign shoot: white denim cut-off shorts. She also wears a pair of coated metallic jeans. She’s styled in sheer button-down tops, slinky metallic knits, and basic tanks for a look that’s casual-bohemian and totally luxe. Watch the making-of video below.


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Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Jan 26 2012 in Denim Fashion » Editorials
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