HOW TO WEAR SUMMER DENIM IN FALL
We saw spring bringing in lots of denim, and summer didn’t seem to sell it short either. Now that fall is here, you don’t have to rid your wardrobe of denim, but instead just need to simply wear it season appropriate. There are several ways to incorporate denim into your fall style to make it really look fantastic.
You can never go wrong with a denim tunic like this Gap Chambray Denim Tunic and it is perfect for a warm autumn day. Wear a long denim button down tunic, omit the pants and simply stick with some adorable ballet flats. Add a tan belt around your waist and you are ready to head out during the day. However, if you want to wear this look once the weather starts getting a little chillier, all you need to do is add a pair of leggings or tights under the tunic and a sophisticated pair of tan knee high boots to really seal the deal.
Denim Jacket or Blazer
Keep your style chic with a denim jacket like this Current Elliot Denim Snap Jacket when you want to hit the town. You can add some extra warmth to your jacket by simply adding a heavy cardigan underneath or a thick sweatshirt to give it a sporty look while still keeping you toasty. This is a great look for going around town doing errands. Pair it with some comfortable yoga pants and sneakers and you are ready to tackle all of your morning tasks in comfort and style.
If you want to keep your style a little more topnotch, pair your denim blazer with a some dark denim jeans, some high heels and polish it off with a super sleek brown leather belt. You will look very classy and extremely confident.
A simple style that is always sexy, is wearing a denim bustier like this Jessica Simpson Jeanswear "Talinn" Denim Bustier under a blazer with a pair of dark skinny jeans. Denim bustiers were hot during the warmer months, but you can still keep the look in your wardrobe by adding a bit more clothing to the style. Camel coloredlook exceptional this year with denim, so wear a sleek camel color blazer over your denim bustier with a pencil skirt when you want to get dressed up or wear a pair of leggings or skinny jeans when you are feeling a bit more casual.
Carissa Chesanek is a freelance writer who works with mainly women's issues that deal with fashion, beauty, health and relationships. She has her master's degree in journalism, is an aspiring author and an active member of The Author’s Guild and the International Federation of Business and Professional Women.