Denim has become a must have for everyone’s wardrobe. It is easy to wear, comfortable and can be used for every occasion. Here, we will be talking through our key denim pieces for any man’s wardrobe.
We’re starting off with jeans. As a staple for most people, it is vital to have a few pairs to be able to mix up your look and have jeans for every occasion.
Our first pick is black jeans. Black skinny jeans seem to have taken over the world, and for good reason. These can be worn everyday, as part of a casual outfit, just paired with a white tee or dressed up to be a great substitute for formal trousers. You can shop our range of black jeans here to find the fit best for you.
Blue jeans give a slightly more casual look. A light wash can look great with a slightly baggier fit and rolled up for the ultimate relaxed look. Paired with white trainers, this staple look is good for all weather.
These Armani jeans are a perfect example. With their relaxed fit, they aren’t skinny and have the ability to be rolled up if that’s your style. Pair with some trainers and a simple t-shirt or jumper and you’ve got a causal and comfortable look for all year round.
If you’re brave enough, the distressed or ripped jeans are a must have for an edgier look. Having moved into men’s fashion after being on the womenswear scene for a while, a few raw hems or rips here and there are a great way to update your usual go to look.
Moving on from bottoms, a denim jacket is a must have. A medium to light blue wash is perfect for the winter as it can be layered with everything in your wardrobe, even your blue jeans for a double denim look, which is coming back into fashion this year.
We would suggest opting for an oversized jacket just in time for winter to fit over jumpers, so can also double up for the oversized trend when the weather starts to warm. This Levis jacket is our top pick. If you are after something distressed, you can customise this jacket or alternatively this distressed Vivienne Westwood jacket adds a little more texture.
Written by Lottie King