Your denim jacket might seem like a simple piece, but how often do you make it the standout of your look, rather than just using it to stay warm?
This in-between weather means only one thing is constant – the most iconic jacket in your wardrobe (your denim jacket) has been on heavy rotation and will be for the foreseeable.
But after months of throwing it over summer dresses and crop tops, it’s tricky to give the classic go-to a twist. Which is where Levi’s Made & Crafted collection comes in, taking the most recognisable pieces of denim and elevating them to the next level with unique cuts and the best materials Levi’s can find.
So, with top-notch denim at your fingertips, we asked four fashion influencers for their tips on how to style up their denim jackets…
Keep it simple
“I used to get such a mental block when trying to style a denim jacket, but I’ve realised the key is to keep it simple. I wear my mid-wash vintage Levi’s jacket quite often in a double denim look, with something like a crisp white shirt or T-shirt underneath.”
Mix it up
“Denim jackets are super-versatile, so I wear them with anything and everything. I like to switch it up with a modern twist to classic pieces – adding in a pop of colour allows a denim jacket to transcend into statement wear. A clash with a striped shirt and some on-trend white boots and you’re good to go.”
Embrace to co-ord
“I love the double denim look, so I always team my vintage wash denim jacket with a matching pair of jeans, both oversized. I like a chic, slightly underdressed look, so I just add a graphic bodysuit, some subtle accessories and a simple pair of mules.”
Treat denim like knitwear
“I love denim jackets as an alternative to a jumper. I layer them under coats or capes in the winter – the turned-up collar adds some height and the cuffs a chic, layered detail. This really works when you pair stonewash denim jackets with camel and pale grey tones.”
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