Denim-on-denim - no longer a "fashion crime". Who knew this trend would take a likening amongst the fashion scene, despite some reluctant thoughts about the "double denim" revival. Though with any "in-style trend" that comes along the way, you have to expect that not all people would become fans and jump aboard the bandwagon asap! When I first saw my glimpse of denim-on-denim that didn't derive from an old 80s photo, I liked it straight away! It was something fresh, yet still nostalgic in a way. With denim chambrays hitting off in every fast-fashion chain store, I could not help but to be intrigued and coordinate my own double denim number in my head. The other day, I finally hopped to it and pulled together the denim threads in my wardrobe into this ensemble!
Being very warm that day, I had to ditch my Levi's denim jacket and opt for a vest instead. Looking at it now, I think it was a good move... the light blue shade of the vest contrasts nicely against the dark indigo shade of my jeans. The one rule you should follow about "double denim", is to always contrast light with dark and perhaps stay away from any "stonewash denim" hehe.
Denim vest (vintage), Twiggy jeans (Wrangler), linen striped shirt (rescued from family's spring clean!), sand canvas cut-out brogues (Rubi).
Hope all of you are having amazing weekends! My baby blue Canon camera has been repaired and is back in action! Yippee! I visited Bondi Junction with Andrew on Saturday, and was quite content after ordering my favourite "BBQ Pork Soup with rice noodles" from Thai Riffic. This dish would definitely make my Top 3 Favourite Dishes by a mile! Stopped by the new age store, (yes I bought more rocks, will share with you soon!) and watched The Town which didn't have one dull moment at all.
Coming up next is my DIY project that I was busy working on today and a couple more exciting things I cannot wait to share with you!
x Your Only Blackswan