How to Wear Your Denim in 2016: Madewell Guideline

If your collection of denim is nothing near modest, then here’s an extra training for you; find a pen and start taking notes. Starting with the bad news, it’s possible that you’ve been wearing your denim all wrong! We can’t blame you, there are new campaigns showcasing the elegant side of denim outfits everyday, but the good news is that it’s time to go back to the original thanks to the latest Madewell spring 2016 denim collection.

Madewell Spring 2016 Denim Collection

Here’s what your denim outfits should look like this spring. The hub of accessories and denim, Madewell released 10 images for its spring 2016 campaign. Delicate Constance Jablonski stars in the campaign revealing some relaxed vibes of everyday life you’ll be jealous of.

It’s universal truth that jeans are the second most comfortable things you can have in your closet (first place being taken by sweatpants), so feel free to spice up your outfits with tomboy, relaxed, and messy styles. All of those will look great with denim without any effort on your side. At least, that’s what we observe in Madewell’s denim lookbook for spring 2016.

This time Madewell has paired its denim with the eternal classic – the leather jacket. There are also some fresh additions like a shirtdress (that’s new, isn’t it?) and a couple of full denim looks. We especially loved the denim buttoned shirt over another sailor shirt underneath. There can never be too many layers of sexiness in one look.

The lumberjack shirt over a full denim outfit is another newly-invented old-look that we loved. Both the fabric and the print are very hot at the moment; double the impression by wearing them together. Keep in mind to try the lumberjack scarf and the shirtdress as well.

You know what else looks awesome with jeans? Oversized jackets! Forget about the fit, you can even take over your boyfriend’s jacket or, even better, get one from Madewell. And can you tell one other thing that looks great underneath that oversized jacket paired with casual jeans? Yes, everything looks good there.

Finally, let’s go over the holy grail of all denim – jeans. If you follow Madewell’s guideline, you should revamp those high-waist jeans you bought last season, because they’re staying on the trend list this season too!

You can go skinny or loose-fitted, long or short. One style that didn’t surface the Madewell denim lookbook is the boyfriend jeans. It looks like the brand joins the race for loose clothing, but keeps some limits to it. Keep your silhouette no matter what!

We loved the colors, and we’re sure you’ll love them too! A palette that appeals to a true denim fan! Lots of greys, khakis, and the denim blues! A choice of shades that can all be mix matched with each other.
If you’re a passionate supporter of the street style, this lookbook will be a perfect and inspirational weekend read.

Photos courtesy of Madewell

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