I am fighting against the bad kind of blues that we tend to get from the lack of light and colder weather, with light denim blues. Denim is still probably the most practical and hard-wearing of all textiles…ok, maybe not the light colour that I’m wearing here. This being said, I do have a black pair of denim jeans that if you dare to ask me how long I had it, I’ll most probably start blushing.
Let’s talk distressed now. For colder weather, I admit, I can’t wrap my mind around distressed denim jeans, but I won’t shy away from a distressed denim jacket. The one that I am wearing now is even cozier because of the shearling lining so it gives you the best of both worlds: the warmth of the shearling and the coolness of denim. Distressed jeans though…I’d rather have ventilation during spring/summer and not so much when it’s colder outside
Raise your hand if when wearing distressed denim jeans, your grandma wanted to fix them for you. I feel like this is the trend that has grandma’s generation the most confused: not lip injection, not super mini dresses, but distressed denim – actually, distressed anything.
When it comes to denim jeans, I stayed away from lighter colours because we all know by now, they give us a bit more dimension than we like having. However, these stretchy ones for some reason just work. The stretchy denim is actually my favourite style because it means that I can wear all the ruffles I have in my closet as a top. To show you how flexible this style really is, we even took pictures of them on pointe shoes which have become more and more of a challenge. Back to the gym with me, I guess 🙂
What are you more likely to wear during autumn season, a denim jacket or jeans? Would you wear them together?
no autumn blues kisses!
Jacket – ZARA
Jeans – ZARA
Shirt – ZARA
Jewellery – TruFlair
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