How often do you reach for denim to create an outfit of the day? As a former Nordstrom stylist, it was one of my customers’ most asked-about items, and I styled it most often. Whether running errands or dressing up for a night out, it’s the perfect piece to wear. So, today, I’m sharing 5 ways to style your denim and highlighting the jackets to complete each look. I hope you enjoy today’s post!
Wearing a blazer and t-shirt with denim is a classic way to elevate your outfit. Wear a flare or wide-leg denim with your favorite t-shirt for an updated look this spring.
2. Utility Jacket
If you’re looking for a versatile and stylish layering piece to pair with denim, I recommend the utility jacket by Treasure & Bond. It will be a great addition to your spring wardrobe and has pockets! This jacket runs a little roomy, so if you want it fitted, size down.
3. Denim Jacket Alternative
It’s nice to have a variety of jeans in your wardrobe, and the same goes for jean jackets. I just came across this one by Veronica Beard. It’s a little longer than the typical style, creating a dressier look with your outfits. I’m also into the denim-on-denim trend, and this jacket would be the perfect addition to that look. Will you wear the denim-on-denim trend? The straight denim pictured is by AG and will give you a relaxed look. The Paige Cindy is also a straight denim that is a favorite too.
3. Trench Coat
A classic trench is a versatile coat you can wear with jeans, plus it’s timeless and will never go out of style. Try wearing it over a black blazer and jeans for an effortless look. Of course, you can always switch things up by pairing your trench coat with a blazer, t-shirt, and sneakers for a more relaxed outfit.
5. Classic Jean Jacket
The classic jean jacket is the perfect addition to wear with dresses, skirts, trousers, and jeans.
Try wearing it with white denim for a casual look. It’s ideal for those spring days when you want to look put together without trying too hard. Ha!
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