The Denim Trend and How to Style this Hot Trend 3 Ways for Fall
Posted on August 25 2015
“…denim is back on the fashion stage for fall in a big way. Looks range from dresses and shirts in oversize proportions with clownish charm to easy printed denim pants.” Women’s Wear Daily. *Photo Courtesy of Pinterest.com
The timeless look and versatility of the denim shirt is what makes it such a favorite among Equestrianistas and Fashionistas alike. There is something so effortlessly chic about this easy classic. The denim shirt rolls with the flow, from social life to schooling ring, you look fabulous without even trying. I believe denim is a neutral...your neutral-necessity!
Let's face it, sometimes we just need a little inspiration. Here's our newest edition to our Fall Collection, the denim shirt- styled 3 ways:
This look is a dose of tomboy on the bottom and a dash of Coachella on top. On trend in the most understated way possible. Top it off with your go-to sunnies and fave bag. Boom. You’re girlfriend lunch approved and ready to take on whatever the day brings your way. Like you didn’t really try but you totally did.
Camo Leggings - justfab.com
Bootie by Blowfish Shoes
How rock star is this? Own your sexy, sassy and equestrienne side. Denim isn’t just a casual afterthought. It can be the highlight of your sexy look. Rock this unfussy ensemble while looking on point for date night or night out. Cue the haute equestrian!
Cropped Leather Jacket - Nordstrom
Cynthia Ashby Leggings - CynthiaAshby.com
Vera Wang Heels - VeraWang.com
#SocialLifetoSchoolingRing. This is the ultimate social life turned schooling ring look. You just ran errands or met a friend for coffee – now you can change out of your skinnies and slip on your favorite britches. Why can I be so vague and simply say “your favorite britches”…because remember, we’re still talking denim. It is so neutral and so necessary!
Mango Bay Belt - MangoBayDesign.com
SmartPak Piper Full Seat Breeches - Smartpak.com
(Vintage) Ariat Maestro Dress Boots - Ariat.com
Micklem Bridle - WilliamMicklem.com