Denim solidified itself as an American necessity in the 19th century, when the traditional blue jean stole the hearts of those joining the Californian Gold Rush, with a need for sturdy, trusty trousers, comfortable enough to hold them through a long workday and reliable enough to stay intact. The versatility and stylish aspects of our classic denim have always just been bonus points to their durability.
Now a wardrobe staple, denim is the material of the people; it unites everyone. Men, women, children, we all have jeans in our closets regardless of wealth, gender, social status.
It’s also a unifier in its styling sense, the one material that is adaptable enough to anchor any look, tie together contrasting pieces, blend casual with formal.
Celebrate your denim. Embrace its versatility and indulge in an all-out blue jean look. Go for the jacket and the jeans, that much is obvious. Just be careful with coloring, opt for slightly different blues to keep your look visually intriguing.
For your top, keep things classic with a white tee. But when it comes to accessorizing, get more playful. Your denim look has provided the perfect blank canvas to experiment with slightly outrageous pairings. Try a black leather back, rectangular sunglasses, and really go wild with your shoes—maybe bright red pumps with a fun print.