The Basic Chambray

Do you remember that denim on denim look Britney and Justin had going on back in the day?

28th annual American Music Awards

08 Jan 2001, Los Angeles, California, USA — Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, arriving at the 28th annual American Music Awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium. — Image by © Frank Trapper/Corbis

Well it’s back! It might not be that drastic, but denim is definitely a popular style right now. Whether it be a dress or blouse, you can definitely stay trendy with this look. Another plus is you can make denim work in several ways too!

A chambray top, which others may call a denim button-up, is a great base to have in your closet. If you already have one, you are already on the right track!

A lighter shade will go great with those dark jeans, and you can really get creative on accessorizing. I will admit that I did pay a little more for my top, but I believe it was a great investment. I’ve had my chambray top for going on four years now, and it still looks brand new. I have both a lighter and darker shades that I wear ALL THE TIME.

A tip for this top is always iron or take it to the cleaners. It is an easy touch to make your look dressy, without rolling out that dough.

Here are some ideas on how to wear denim:

Denim top: J.Crew Another denim top option: LOFT | Skirt: J.Crew | Similar shoes: Vince Camuto | Sunglasses: Ray Ban | Similar purse: Tory Burch

Top: J.Crew another top option: Target | Jeans: LOFT | Shoes: Tory Burch | Watch: Michael Kors

Denim dress: Sneak Peek | Brown tights: Merona | Riding boots: Sam Edelman | Sunglasses: Ray Ban | Scarf: custom-made by wonderful people! (comment below or message me if you are interested in purchasing)

Blanket scarf: Dimore | Denim top: J.Crew | Another denim top option: LOFT |             Army green jeggings: H&M |  Riding boots: Sam Edelman | Sunglasses: Ray Ban |                  Earrings: Kendra Scott

 

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