Oh the 80's! An era that we can’t seem to get rid of with its bright neon colors and lots of lace. Well another 80's trend is in full force this year and its pale denim. Although dark denim for many years was considered the perfect color it seems that fashion wants to throw a change into things. Even though pale denim maybe more of a spring trend you can still go out and purchase light denim items and incorporate them now into your winter wardrobe to lighten things up a bit.
Pair a pale denim tiered skirt with a fitted knit top and all American booties for a kick back casual look. If a more subtle cut in a skirt is your cup of tea, pair it with a denim skirt with oxfords and a cardigan for the ultimate preppy look. Or better yet how about a pair of pale denim knee length shorts? Pair with a flirty lacy top over leggings and boots and you have an instant street savvy outfit. When choosing your new pale denim pieces, opt for those made with a more modern and edgy cut to make the look trendier.
Have a vibrant dress that in too revealing on the shoulders or back to be worn this winter? Cover up with a fitted pale denim jacket. Make sure the jacket is fitted and cropped to retain the modern appeal. Pale denim jeans have never been flattering but with today’s modern cut choose a pair that’s more fitted to the body like a skinny pant or leggings. Pair it with a lacy tee and a cardigan. Mixing textures is a great way to keep the look fresh.
Wearing pale denim alone and too many pieces at one time is not going to look modern or even expensive but if you choose your pieces correctly and mix and match them up you can pull off the pale denim look.
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