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How to Wear Denim on Denim?

by Sahil Dhawan Fashion/Lifestyle blogger | Youtube Influencer
Happy people have got a mantra – they always have something to look forward to and enjoy the moments. So, what if you cannot head out to meet a friend in the evening or there is no office where you have to be ‘dressing up’ is anyway required. It is being said, now is the time to pamper yourself, and enjoy every day. Appear in style for those zoom calls celebrating birthdays or on Friday casuals. Time to re-zing your wardrobe with some online shopping, time to look nicer than before, time to put some extra effort to see what looks good on you so that when you are out in near future you are a charismatic person. And there couldn’t be anything else than experimenting with ‘Denim’. Denim has been one of the classics apparels for men and women both. For men, it has been a game-changer for decades. Here we will bring you some exciting ways to wear Denim on Denim which is still un-ventured fashion in India.

Double Denim concept has been much in fashion for the past few years in the western world which is yet to make its way in the Indian culture. It is nowhere close to faux pas, but a way of fashion for everyone who knows the dos and don’ts.

#1 Play with the Shades of Denim
The idea is to play with dark and light shades of indigo. A darker shade of denim jeans like Mufti’s Blue Dark Fashion Skinny Fit Jeans with a lighter shade of denim shirt. Such combinations are foolproof and never fails you to amaze yourself with the killer looks. They are easy to find, what is required is to just match the shades and Voila! Pair it with Mufti’s jogger shoes. And you are ready to take the world in the coolest way. 

#2 Try out the Printed Denim
This for sure is a new concept for many men out there. Well, India is still seeing the quirky innovations being done with the denim culture. For example, Mufti’s Blue Deep Jogger with Drawstrings are one of them. When it comes to art, denim will have multiple options when you can rock the printed-embroidered denim jackets on jogger drawstrings. Team up with a pair of white sneakers to look the funkiest. 

#3 Double dose of Black Denim
When anyone imagines denim the first color which pops up in mind is Indigo or Blue of various shades. But let’s move ahead of that, get the Black Denim home. Black denim snug jacket with jeans for men and charcoal colored shirt. Bang on! This is like a go-to for a rugged look with a difference. And to top the look, add some punk with colorful shoes. There are more and enough black denim bottoms from Mufti’s house of fashion.

#4 Matching the Double Denim
This has been the most comfort zone for men when it comes to opting to wear – Denim on Denim. The blue indigo's have been the first choice and somehow, they will be. Exact matching jeans and a shirt with a collar would it worthy to be worn on even a formal set up. Pull up a blazer, add an accessory like a tie to surprise everyone else around you. Most of the men are yet not thinking of mixing double denim with suits. It’s a great way to present yourself at the formal setups or casual office gatherings.

#5 Have you experimented with the White Denims?
Not many are comfortable wearing whites across any categories of clothing. But, wait! Have you ever tried with White Denim? White Denim could be a great fit for Indian summers – cotton and white are a soothing color makes it an apt outfit for Indian men. Go with White Denim jeans and a White branded t-shirt with a faded blue jacket. The idea is to keep it simple and sober here. 

Nevertheless, always see what goes on your body-type; skin color and the personality you have. Enjoy the time at home while you shop men denim jeans and try the new shades of themselves.

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About Sahil Dhawan Freshman   Fashion/Lifestyle blogger | Youtube Influencer

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Created on Apr 6th 2021 06:20. Viewed 216 times.

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