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Denim Daze

MARCH/APRIL 2019

Kim Traff
CREDITS: Hair: Anne Lumley/Doug’s 2 Salon & Spa Makeup: Rebekah Edwards/LUSH Makeup Art Set design: Joanie Conoly

Spring trends always feel like a breath of fresh air, especially when it comes to denim, a fabric that suits everyone. Genderless and versatile, denim is the easiest addition to any wardrobe. With the help of a few of our favorite places to shop and some super fun ladies, we set out to give you a little inspiration to shake up your regular denim routine.




it's just a little twist on a classic that can get us all giddy about denim. This side stripe denim jacket by KanCan makes me want to buy a bike with tassels on the handlebars. The small touch of destruction on this washed jacket keeps it classic but the side stripes make it nostalgic! (Buckle/Shoppes at Eastchase)



It’s no secret that denim overalls are making a comeback this year. We are obsessed with these Sneak Peak stretch overalls. You can keep things simple and try a white tee underneath for a casual day look, or you can add a cropped tank and hot heels for a sexier, evening look. This is not just an ordinary denim piece, it’s a fashion statement that makes you look original and confident. (Buckle/Shoppes at Eastchase)



Ummmm… yes, please. Citizens of Humanity’s bestselling cropped skinny jean, the Rocket Crop raised the bar with this Waterfall blue wash updated with an ombred fading down the leg. Tucked, tied or left alone, this blouse by Everly is a closet staple for every girl and is available in white, gray and chambray. (Welle Studio)



Play hooky in this distressed, flirty overall dress. Light in the wash and the weight, the adjustable straps, front bib pocket and frayed hemline give it just the right amount of character. It looks great with a crop top and a neutral espadrille shoe and is perfect for travelling and packing light! (Spero)


KUT from the Kloth taps into a demand for jeans under $100. While we still love the cropped look, we are excited to have a longer straight-leg option for spring. These rich indigo Diana skinny jeans are cut for a classically flattering silhouette. (Welle)



Citizens of Humanity has always had a rigorous commitment to the cut of their jeans. The Elsa features a mid-rise and cropped, slim leg with just enough stretch to give you comfort while still keeping the vintage denim look. Featured in Rosewater, this hue of pink screams spring! (Welle)



Sanctuary’s eclectic style spans from work to weekend or day to night. With a figure flattering skinny fit from hip to hem, cropped ankle length and calf flattering back detailing, this Social Standard Ankle Release will be one of your go-to daily favorites! (Welle)




For all that is constricting in the world, this Free People Lia Denim mini dress has just enough stretch to let you be yourself. We love the v-wire neckline and exposed back zipper. We gave it a more casual look by pairing it with this Free People lightweight button-down. Kick it up a notch with these Sacha Frye Boots. (Dillard’s)



Who doesn’t like the touch of bohemian and urban that Free People provides the fashionista? The distressed and frayed finish on this “zip it up” mini skirt furthers the casual appeal of this classic denim look. This sheer embroidered, fold over turtleneck top has a stretch fit, is lightweight and takes this look to a new level. Finish the look with a pair of Dolce Vita Mules. (Dillard’s)



A great pair of black jeans is an all-time, versatile wardrobe essential. Sexy and stylish whether you choose to dress them up or down, we did both by adding this best seller Lilla P Moto Jacket and the Ilse Jacobsen tulip sport slip on shoe. This is a perfect travel outfit! (Welle Studio)



White jeans have been circling the fashion skies for a while and now that spring is here, there is no escaping the trend. These middies, distressed jeans by O2 Denim feature an unhemmed flare bell bottom that is a style that works for every body type. We love the simple, clean look with this pink tie front top and platform shoes. (Sperro)

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