This article on how to level up your denim look features fashionista Melissa Alessia .Glam up!
Denim jeans are one of the most versatile and foundational wardrobe pieces for every woman, into fashion or not. Unfortunately, at times, we wear the wardrobe staple too casually that we don’t look good enough for ourselves. But we got you, in this article; we guide you on how to level up your look in denim jeans!
Got to elevate that denim look!
Every woman finds it so easy, comfortable and effortless to wear a pair of denim jeans and a basic t-shirt. Hence, this is one of the most loved denim combinations! We agree; that combo is great!
But since we need a style upgrade, we’d better dress up our denim jeans! And we look into the style of Melissa Alessia, a confident fashionista who rocks her denim jeans elegantly.
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Level Up your Look in Denim Jeans
Try Skinny Pants!
Skinny pants take the day and good enough, almost every single lady has a good pair of skinny pants.
And skinny jeans are even better if you picked a good quality pair. You’ll enjoy a comfortable fit and a deeper color of jeans. Skinny jeans make your legs look long and look good on every body type; you’ll only need to match it with different tops as you please.
Good enough, it is easy to dress up skinny jeans for a more formal look that you can wear to the office. Girl, if you throw atop a blazer, you’ll be good to go!
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A Little Bit of Detail
While denim jeans are such a basic wardrobe piece, they can be dressed up easily, especially if you picked a pair with details here or there. Talk about flared jeans, a high-waisted pair or even knee-ripped jeans.
Details add interest to your jeans hence they stop looking too basic or too casual.
TOP it up!
When pairing jeans, the white tee becomes a basic pair.
However, in order to level up your look in denim jeans, you should do more than that. There are so many beautifully-detailed tops that go so well with denim jeans to give you a gorgeous and well-put-together look.
Think about the turtleneck tops, ruffled tops, long-sleeved tops, kaftan tops and the variety of tops in the market. Mix and match different tops with different denim jeans, on different days.
And when you’re tired of switching up your tops, get other layers ready! Find a good blazer to add formality to your jeans or a fur coat for an inch of glamour. You can also throw a coat atop!
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Monochromatic looks always look great no matter the clothes you’re wearing. That’s why for elegant women, monochrome is our mantra!
A full black combination is just as amazing as a full blue look or a muted blue-and-grey look. Your choice!
As long as you’re embracing a one-color-family look, you’ll be good to go.
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When it comes to dressing up jeans, adding texturized pieces can really elevate your outfit and make it less boring.
While a normal cotton jacket looks good, a leather jacket is even better or a fur coat!
Accessorize like you mean it!
As long as accessories still remain a girl’s best friend, ladies have to slay in accessories.
And by this, we don’t mean wearing a lot of accessories; we mean just adding accessories of the right colors at the right places to liven up and add sparkle to your outfit.
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For a quick way of leveling up your denim jeans:
- Keep the belt,
- Try metallic jewelry,
- Wear heels for a quick upgrade, or,
- Rock pointed-toe shoes.
Away with simple white tee pairings and in with innovative layering, accessorizing and matching. Refresh your favorite street style set and level up your look in denim jeans to add more glamour to your wardrobe.
Get those creative juices flowing as you rock your denim jeans!
Above all, remember to dress for the weather. Even if you’re in to level up your look in denim jeans, layer up when it is cold and comfortably dress light in the heat.
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