Wearing Marc Cain coat,Asos jeans overalls, Zara bag ,Dior sunglasses.
It’s become one of those unspoken rules, like not wearing shoes with tracksuit bottoms or not wearing scrunchies over the age of 10. For winter, though, many big brands have worked hard to change your mind.
From Balmain to Louis Vuitton, denim dominated this season’s runways. It’s not just jeans that are having a moment: American designer Joseph Altuzarra sent out models in silk shirts with prints that replicated the fabric.
The shift is certainly in line with the new relaxed mood. Despite the colours and prints doing the rounds, the attitude in fashion is laid-back. Anyone who has followed Balmain, a brand known for bling and audacity, could never have predicted denim would play such a large role in the collection. ‘At its heart, it’s a democratic, inexpensive fabric so is definitely in line with the mood for understatement,’ says Lonsdale. ‘It’s not the time to be flashing lots of money.’
Asos, too, has mastered this season’s true blue simplicity. Its SS15 collection offers a wide spectrum of blue washes, ranging from distressed options to vintage shades on jeans, crop tops and more.
I’m super excited for this outfit – its super comfortable, easy to wear for a day at work or a day with your friends out.
If you follow me for a while you know I love combinations – and wearing denim has always make be feel comfortable. What I learn the past few years is – if you’re not going head-to-toe, with denim, make a statement with one piece. Distressed, ripped and frayed jeans were huge last year and this season they hit the catwalks again with added patchwork details. The key here is to make it look like you’ve had your jeans forever, so wear styles that look worn-out with unfinished hems for that relaxed look.
With love,Mirela !