What I love about jeanswear then it's the universality, which makes them look special, versatile and functional. Another great thing about denim is the quality and comfort, which can be found in almost every design. Today I want to share with you one of the 2015 year's trends and it's the double denim trend. The point of this mode is to combine jean fabric tops and bottoms making your look timelessly chic and statement. The following Polyvore compilation features amazing clothing styles made of qualitative and long lasting fabrics. The main principle of wearing such clothes is the right balance of layers. So, if you are wearing eye-catching top, then try on pants/skirt in minimalist or classic shape, contrary choosing to wear flashy bottoms, then it's better to try on simple top. The following images will show you the best tips of wearing this trend in the streets, work and parties:
Keep it slim-fit mannish, by wearing chambray shirt tucked in slim fit, cuffed pants and styled with camel trench and rich blue pumps.
You can mix urban with 1990's fashion by trying on printed loose-fit sweatshirt with short sleeves which can be worn with patch pencil skirt and light blue jacket. Make it bold with silver shiny tote, avitator sunglasses and cuffed flat sandals.
Here we see dark blue versions of top and bottom which are styled with white tailored tee, circle leather belt and cowboy booties.
How about making your look eye-catchy by wearing black separates with striped colorful top and leather bag.
Two-piece dress in jeans fabric (tank + flared mini) is worn with chambray shirt and black leather, cuffed flats.
That's a casual style outfit, which comes with a dark blue denim jacket, cozy knitwear, urban street-style jeans, brown boots, postman bag and statement scarf.
Keep it cool and urban with a checked shirt, sleeveless chambray button-down, cut-offs, sneakers, black beanie and circled sunglasses.
There is a chance making it minimal and try on ripped boyfriends with light, pale blue chambray shirt and beige skin pumps.
I love the following 1990's grunge look, which consists of a loose-fit denim jacket, black tank and stunning jean skirt which features sleeves tied at the waist.
The ripped washed blue button-down looks cool combined with ripped, indigo skinnies, strappy sandals, statement black handbag.