The Denim Look That Doesn’t Involve A Skinny
Normally I have a denim uniform that I like to repeat when I don’t have much time to think about what to wear. This uniform includes a pair of skinny jeans and a shirt.
However, there are some days when I don’t feel to wear any skinny jeans. I need some more comfy but at the same time I still want to wear something fashionable. Recently, I realized that during these days my choice falls always on the same item: this Zara denim overall.
I love the cut, it’s my new favorite jeans style! In particular, this silhouette is really feminine, more than the one I wore here. I like the crossed straps on the back and the fringed details.
We took these pictures in Italy last September. I wore the denim overall and I incorporated two of the biggest trends of season: ruffles shirt and mules shoes. I grabbed a old shirt that it’s still on the list of the items that I like to wear. And then I matched a pair of metallic mules.
I’ll be honest. It’s always a challenge to style a denim overall. The risk to look like a teenager is around the corner. The outfit that looks very stylish in your head can be a brutal flop in the real life.
So if you need any help to style a denim overall, these are my 2 best styling tips:
*Go for a pair of heels. It adds more feminine to the entire look.
*Avoid to wear any teenager t-shirt. It’s much better to go for a classic shirt.
I kept all other accessories to the minimum, simply adding this vintage Chanel bag. When I thought about this look I wanted to stay focused on three main colors: blue (the denim overall), white (the vintage bag) and pink (the mules).
I admit that I’m pretty happy with the result. This look is polished but still very comfortable.
Zara Denim Overall | Golden Goose Shirt | Topshop Mules | Chanel Bucket Bag