Have you ever dressed up wearing denim on denims? I know that does give out a few adventurous style thoughts in your mind, and most certainly it should. Today I’m going to be talking about this distressed denim on denim look.
As someone whose been following fashion weeks and street style for years, I personally relate a lot to experimenting and creating looks that are perfect for the street. This look is inspired from my favourite fashion bloggers around the world (Bryan boy), (scout sixteen), (kostawilliams) and I honestly wanted to style it with a little piece of me.
Denims never go out of style, however distressed denims usually rock the streets mostly around festivals or summer streetstyle. I paired my super distressed denim vest in navy blue colour alongside dark black/grey contrasting fitted denim jeans. The reason to pick different colours is to ensure the outfit stands out. I opted for a black tee from MCQ, a pair of silver sneakers, watch from Thomas Sabo and a scarf to perfectly tie my wrist from Zara Man.
Sunglasses: Clearly Canada
Necklace: Asos Man
Watch: Thomas Sabo
Scarf: Zara Man Worldwide
Wristlet: Thomas Sabo
Backpack: COACH New York
Jacket: Zara Men
Denims: Hudson’s Bay Company
Shoes: Pedro Official
STYLE TIP: The rules of styling always remain the same. The more contrasting washes of denim the greater your outfit turns out. Add some fun and play dress up with #mensaccessories to inject some edginess into your staple denim wear.
Hope you guys love my street style Inspiration for men. If you want to be a true winner, style them just the way I did as that is super stylish or, follow your heart and show me how you’d like to dress up in distress denims.
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MCQ, Clearly Canada, Zara Man, Asos Man, Hudson’s Bay Company etc.
I collaborated with photographer Samantha Chan to shoot this look.
The images belong to WaichingsWall.com