Tuesday, 05 November 2013 06:58

Fashion - BACK TO BLUE

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One of the oldest fabrics in the world, Denim is not just another cotton fabric. Designers are thinking of many different ways to explore with denim taking it way beyond your basic staple go to piece. From patching, acid treatment, adding leather, wax treatment, even accessories have denim incorporated in them. We all know jeans are ideal anytime of the day whether you’re going out, work or staying in, we can all agree our denim jeans will not let us down.

You may find yourself asking this question, Do I really need a new pair of jeans?? - Well the answer is always probably not but that’s not the case this season since you will find all types of different styles and brands available at department stores. Here’s a quick shopping guide to help you inspire you when encounter with denim pieces…enjoy!

1. Sandro


Two-Tone Skinny Jeans, $285

2. Helmut Helmut Lang


Funnel-neck Denim Jacket, $345

3. Topshop


Moto Vintage Denim Dungarees, $76

4. H&M


Jean, $39.99

5. Faith Connection


Metal Jacquard Slim-Fit Jean in Gold, $404

6. Rag & Bone


Jean Burney tattered vest, $225

7. MiH


The Bonn Jeans, $260

8. Chanel


Vintage quilted-denim clutch, $1,250

9. 10 Crosby Derek Lam


Lex Wedge Flats, $275

10. Maje


Drill Jeans, $315

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Vanessa Campos

Vanessa Campos is a 23 year old living in Los Angeles and an inspiring entrepreneur. She is fascinated by the world of business and marketing in Fashion. When she’s not out with friends or family she is working as an assistant where she is gaining major entrepreneur skills. Vanessa is a current student at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood where she is enrolled in the Fashion Marketing and Management Bachelor’s program. Vanessa loves to share her ideas and fashion tips to anyone who is as interested as she is, so come along and enjoy her new journey !

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