I think it's the right time to make it clear and figure out how to, where and with what to wear denim clothing this 2015. Several seasons ago, when this fabric was rapidly coming into the world of trends and fashion, it was allowed to mix it with different shades, experimenting with scuffs and combine it with anything you want. Nowadays, everything has changed, as denim needs a more delicate treatment.
Jean jackets with lush feathers on cuffs are taken back in fashion thanks to Burberry Prorsum. Alberta Ferretti offers tunics and skirts made of light blue denim. Dolce & Gabbana offer us awesome bottoms embellished with shiny stones and crystals, while Tommy Hilfiger used patchwork to underline its looks. The indigo colored summer coats, suits and trousers from Tod's, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Michael Kors look awesome. The shirt-dresses from Chloe and Gucci are real must-haves. The skirts this year are either maxi or mini, no midis. The jeans length is about ankle that doesn't compliments woman's body, but gives you a trendy look. Plus, there are lots of 1970's inspired flares.
I love the sporty touch of this awesome look. The denim sweatpants make a stunning appeal.
High-waisted ankle-length flares are ideal for making a statement in the crowd.
Keep it sophisticated and fun. We see beautiful prints embroidered on denim creations.
The jeans are embroidered with stones and crystals. I love the eye-catching look.
How about combining V-neck crop top with a maxi light blue maxi skirt.
V-neck maxi gown is another great boho inspired look that will for sure make you look special.
This shirt-dress looks like a coat-dress to me. I like the vintage touch.
When it feels like you want to try something creative and individual. I love lace embroidery and braided leather belt.
The totally patchwork skirt-suit looks simply amazing. I love the cut and fit of this beautiful outfit.
The straight coat is another great cover-up that gives you an ultra chic look.
The oversized jacket and cuffed, pleated trousers look somewhat 1960's inspired.
Double-breasted suit with pleated bottoms looks very vintage to me.