Looking for some top tips on how to work spring denim into your new-season wardrobe? Look no further...
Denim is back in a big way for spring 2015, and we couldn’t be happier, for this is one trend we can all get on board with.
Want to know how we’ll be wearing the trend? We’ve helpfully rounded-up all the best looks from those sassy street stylers, mixed in with a few styling suggestions to help you on your way.
What You Need To Know:
Skinny jeans are, as ever, a firm fixture among the fash-pack, this time dressed up with men’s-style shirts (we’re looking to white oversized versions to get our fix).
Dungarees are the way to go if you’re feeling bold. Go for blue, black or white and team with slim-fit knitwear and flat loafers for maximum cool points.
Double denim still rules all, worn any which way possible. Think shirts and skinnies to boyfriend jeans paired with kimono-style jackets – there really are no rules when it comes to mixing and matching, we’re even warming to white on white.
Essentially, more is definitely more on the denim front this spring.
Still not convinced? Let these street stylers persuade you otherwise…
Leandra Medine works a classic tan and denim combo, seen here wearing a deep v-neck navy top over a pair of ankle-grazing light wash jeans with some platform mules.
Say hello to workwear denim. Team your boyfriend jean with an oversized crisp white shirt (styled rolled up at the sleeves) and pair with some chic pointed courts and a top handle tote.
Calling all dungaree lovers – this is the season for you. Go for a dark wash, slim-fit pair with a slight kick flare for a more dressy approach to your weekend denim. Just add heels to complete your look.
It might not be quite warm enough for a denim romper just yet, but as we head towards warmer spring climes, it might be worth investing in a cool version like this version, worn by The Northern Light blogger, Scandinavian born Hedvig Osphaug,
Cuffed denim is ideal for day-to-night dressing. Team with white leather plimsoles and a cashmere knit during the day, and for the evening, just add some statement boots, worn under your mega-turn-up and pair with a white tee.
Camille Charriere teams her mid-wash denim with some of-the-moment flatforms (Stella McCartney, should you not know), a chic Chanel cross-body-bag and some super-stylish sunnies. Bare legs optional.
Should you buy one thing for spring, let it be a boiler suit. Preferably a light wash, oversized version like this. Team with a mega clutch, some metallic heels and some lightly toussled waves.
High-rise, slim-fit, rolled-cufff AND teamed with a blue shirt tucked in at the waist. Yep, there is nothing we don’t love here.
If in doubt, go distressed denim. Team with heels and a statement knit to nail your look.
Double denim at it’s very best. Loving the two-tone shirt, plus, the ripped knee and black pointed courts adds instant cool points to this somewhat casual look.
Go with a blue dungaree and team with a contrasting black knit and some loafers.
The Mum jean is back (high-rise, slightly baggy and sitting just above the ankle) and this is exactly how you should wear them.
Go big or go home, that’s our denim motto. Kimono, patchwork denim, all artfully styled with a blue wrap belt.
Anya Ziourova goes for the mega flare, and totally nailed it by teaming her high-rise pair with a silky shirt and some sky high heels.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with footwear and take tips from this ankle-grazing jean and black boot combo.
This season it’s all about frayed edges. Try a frayed hem top (as seen here on Natalie Hartley), or go for a pair of frayed denim jeans.
This look might just have convinced us that white on white can be cool. Be sure to mix in some dark shades to avoid looking too summery.
Don’t let your denim be boring and experiment with prints and textures. This paint style is a chic way to take on this trend.
Denim works just as well for outerwear, seen here in the form of a spring trench. Remember to keep the fabric light and go for a mid-blue wash.
Weekend style inspo? We think so. Wear your boyfriend jean (head to Gap to find your pair) with a camel cashmere knit to nail your off-duty look.
Just add a pair of nike trainers and a baggy shirt to get the ultimate model look.
Boyfriend jeans can be updated for a dressy occasion by simply adding a pair of showstopping heels.
Smart enough? Yep, the blazer brings this casual jean bang up to date, and every bit worthy of the office.
Blue denim will forever work well with black on black, on black. Bravo.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with bright denim. This orange skirt is all kinds of cool, plus, we’re kind of wishing for the Acne wrap, too. Should you not have the budget for such designer knitwear, try a chic Zara crew-neck in powder blue to re-create this look.
Dark denim looks amazing teamed with matching black accessories.
White tee? Tick. White jeans? Tick, showstopping accessories? Tick, tick, TICK.
Chunky knits are ideal for dressing down denim and heels. Be sure to tuck in your jumper to emphasize the waist. Black hat optional.
The ultimate off-duty-cool model moment. So easy to re-create. Just add a bold red lip for extra glam points.
Off-the-shoulder, frayed and teamed with the ultimate trouser shape for spring, the wide leg – there is nothing we don’t love here.
Think a trench can’t come in denim? Think again.
The Man Repeller goes totally tropical in this look, and confirms that the denim jacket will never go out of style.
Keep it chic and go for the classic black skinny jean. Seen here styled with some monochrome Nike trainers, a green leather biker, a black knit and a casual black leather tote.
Well, if you’re gonna go ditressed denim, this is the way to do it.
The key to making the boyfriend jean chic not frumpy? Heels. Top marks on the cool jacket.
We love over-the-knee boots, and this is an example of just how to work this super-sexy trend with your current denim wardrobe.
Love the 70s? You’ll love the ultra-wide leg flare then. Make like this savvy street styler and pair with some OTT sunnies to nail your retro look.
Naturally, Emmanuelle Alt nails her denim look. Take tips from this French Editor and roll up your cuff to flash a little bit of ankle. Super-chic.
Yes, white dungarees really are a thing now. We’ll be wearing ours just like this.