When it comes to denim, two is most certainly not a crowd. Denim on denim is a tricky look to pull off. But when it’s done right, it can look quite phenomenal. It is truly having it’s moment in fashion now. This is why you have yet to dip in the double denim pond.
Meghan MarkleÂ was a big fan of the distressed jeans look. Although we may never see another pair of rippedÂ jeansÂ on her again , leave it to theÂ SuitsÂ alum to find a way to incorporate denim into her royal-approved outfits. Here are 8 stunning ways to wear head-to-toe denim like Meghan Markle below to inspire you.
1.Â Denim Wide-Leg Utility Jumpsuit
Expect your friends to be obsessed with this easy wide-leg jumpsuit with workwear details like patch pockets and a drawstring waist.Â The drawstring cinches in at the waist, so the fit is extra-flattering.
2.Â Felix Dress
This is a dress we will be living in for the as long as possible. TheÂ tailored neckline, thin straps, and pockets are a great details that this dress offer.
3.Â Jasmine Denim Jumpsuit
You canÂ wear this denim jumpsuit to work with a pretty blouse underneath or out at night with no tank. The wide cropped length with fringe detail is perfect for a wedge, flat, or sandal.
4.Â Tie Front Denim Midi Dress
Chambray is for sure the fabric of the season, and this dress is no exception.Â A flirty neckline is balanced by a more modest hem length, and the medium-weight, non-stretch fabric prevents it from sagging through the day.
5.Â A Line Slip Dress in Denim
This slip dress works just as well bare-shouldered as it would paired with a turtleneck and boots for fall.
6.Â Fitted Shirt Dress
Short, fitted dress in stretch denim with a collar. ThisÂ classic shirt dress is given an edgy twist with a zippered front instead of buttons.
7.Â Cobalt Denim Co-ord Set
Button up that jacket if you really want to commit to the all-denim look.
8.Â Daytripper Chambray Jumpsuit
A softer, more laid-back version of denim, chambray makes a delightful addition in any form.