Denim started out as utilitarian wear but let the Teenage team give you an idea of how you can put a fashionable spin on these blues (and black actually).
ARISSA HA, DEPUTY EDITOR
As the resident ninja (#AllBlackEverything for the win) in the office, it comes as no surprise when my choice of denim is also black. Gotta love Topshop for making their Leigh jeans super stretchy so it’s comfortable to wear even though it looks tight.
VENETIA SNG, SENIOR WRITER
I’ve been a fan of double denim outfits since I-can’t-remember-when and when I spotted this co-ord at ASOS, I knew I had to get it. No matter if you’re dressing up with a pair of heels or dressing down with gladiator sandals, double denim makes everything look so effortlessly chic.
Top & Culottes – Weekday
Sunglasses – Tabao
Shoes – United Nude
JOHANNA TEO, WRITER
Honestly, this denim coat has been a love/hate purchase – I love that it isn’t too typical, but I hate that this piece is so hard to style because of it’s heavy material and slouchy lack of structure. Thus, I decided to throw it over a simple tank dress and stretch my proportions (because it’s at an dangerously unflattering length for my height) with a pair of wedged boots. One thing’s for sure though: this coat’s not coming out of my closet till cooler weather comes.
CHEW HUI LING, WRITER
There’re so many different ways you can style the utilitarian denim button-down, but when you’re running late for school/work (coughs awkwardly), you just want to keep it simple. For a casual yet put-together look, I buttoned my denim shirt all the way to the top, tucked it in my go-to black skater skirt, and cinched the outfit with a pair of neutral booties. Viola!