Is a denim a staple in your closet? It is in mine, or it has been over the years, whether it was because I actually liked it, or it was just comfortable and easier to deal with in my wheelchair I couldn’t tell you. However, I was getting bored with my denim looks so I went into my closet and wanted to create some looks featuring it. See the thing is, denim is such an easy choice for an outfit, you can throw on a t-shirt and you’re good to go There were times that I found myself wearing that or something similar, not necessarily because I wanted to, but instead it was easier to throw together and be comfortable or because I was uninspired by my closet. Since we’re staying home to stay safe, I’m thinking about outfits I can put together including some easy denim outfits for the spring/summer.
Whether you’re feeling uninspired by your closet or in need of some outfit inspiration when it comes to denim, keep reading for some simple denim outfits for your next video chat or in-person when we can all go outside again with these easy to put together denim outfits that fit the seasons even if we can’t go out.
5 Easy Denim Outfits For Spring/ Summer
Outfit #1: A Top & Jeans: I’m starting this list with the most common denim look, a top, and jeans. From a shirt with a little bit of detail whether it’s lace, puffed or ruffled sleeves, an asymmetrical neckline to ripped jeans(though I don’t wear them because they’re harder to get into), to a great belt there are several ways to you dress up the top and jeans outfit if you want to.
Outfit #2: A Dress Paired With A Denim Jacket: This look is so cute especially with a mini dress. When I first tried this look a few weeks ago, I wasn’t sure if I was going to like the look. I can’t believe I never thought to try it before. I normally stayed away from mini dresses because I’d have to be careful about any wardrobe malfunctions while sitting in my wheelchair. A denim jacket looks great with casual dresses, but can also be used to tone down your outfit if you’re wearing a dress that makes you feel a little overdressed for an event. You can also add a belt to the look to add even more depth to your outfit.
Outfit #3: Going Full Denim: Although I don’t wear it often, a full denim look gives you several options You can wear the classic denim jacket and jeans or you could style a dress, romper, or even denim jumpsuit. When it comes to a full denim outfit you have a few options. Personally, I prefer the classic jacket and jeans look.
Outfit 4: Leather Jacket, Top & Jeans: I may have been refining my style for a while, but I have always loved the look of a moto jacket especially for spring. When I wear this look I love to pair it with boots, I feel like it makes the look a step up from the casual look you’d get with sneakers. If a leather jacket isn’t your style you can trade it for a blazer which would still give you that slightly more elegant than a casual look.
Outfit 5: Top & Shorts or Skirt: Shorts are one of the biggest fashion trends this season. From Bermuda denim shorts to the classic look, you have options if this the look you’re going for. Skirts are also a great way to do something different than the classic looks denim looks, whether it’s a full-length skirt a mini, or something in between you have options. I always preferred wearing a mini skirt with leggings because I couldn’t see a denim skirt having enough stretch to be comfortable sitting in my wheelchair all day and longer denim skirts were never really my style.
A few honorable mentions when it comes to Denim outfits
- A denim shirt
- Jumpsuit/ Romper
- A dress
You have so many options when wearing denim instead of me classic top and jeans if you want to try something different. I had so much fun going through my closet and putting together some outfits for the spring/summer season. Since we’re home now, it’s the perfect time to play around with the outfits in your closet to get inspired or try something different, especially if you’re planning to change up your style a bit. Have fun with it.
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