How to Wear Double Denim

Double denim outfitDenim shirt outfits for womenAnkle strap heels Zara lookalikes Wrangler denim shirt and Great Plains jeansUK female fashion blogger Natasha from Girl in the Lens

shirt: c/o Wrangler, jeans: c/o Great Plains, shoes: c/o She Likes

A pair of heels always make such a difference to an outfit, don’t they? You could have one the simplest thing – a plain black dress, or just jeans and a shirt like me here, but add a pair of hot heels and BOOM. Outfit made. In love with my new nude toned ankle-straps from She Likes (can’t you see how happy I am from the last photo? ;)). They’re a dead ringer for the Zara version and so affordable – £25 for shoes as gorgeous as this? Yes please. I’m also super happy with these simple blue jeans from Great Plains I received last week. A girl can never have too many blue jeans, and this shade is particularly flattering.

I’ve been wanting to share another double denim outfit with you all for a while now as it’s a staple look of mine. There’s something just so easy and chic about it, and very British too. They key to it is getting the mix of shades right. Try and go for a dark denim piece with a light one to keep the balance, and I tend to find the darker shade is more flattering to the figure when worn on the bottom half. You could also incorporate patterned denim or coloured jeans too of course – J Brand have an amazing range of colours and patterns that would be super easy to style. I also like to team my double denim look with a nude-toned shoe. It’s just a combination I’ve always been drawn to, and plus, we all know the leg lengthening power of a nude heel now, don’t we girls? Sam Edelman have some amazing shoes that’d fit the bill perfectly – check out these three beauties.

Sam Edelman nude heels

What are your double denim tips? x

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