How I Wear Double Denim
Unless you’re new to my blog (if you are, welcome!) then I am sure you know just how much I love and am obsessed with denim. If you didn’t know that I run a denim focused website, I do, it’s called The Jeans Blog, so it’s something that’s true to my heart. I pretty much wear jeans in every outfit unless it’s boiling hot in the summer, but a combination I adore to wear is double denim. I often wear two or three pieces of denim at once, but my favourite way to do it is with blue and grey as the colour palette. I always like to do two different shades as I think it’s the best. I’m open to dark and light blue together, but there’s something about grey and light blue that I can’t get enough of.
If any of you remember an outfit I wore back in 2010 (click here) then you will see what I mean (I can’t believe I just linked to those embarrassing photos, ha ha) as it’s somewhat a uniform for me now. Last year I chose to wear something similar as well, but with a sleeveless shirt (click here), so I thought I would do a more Autumnal approach with this double denim outfit.
For this outfit, I chose to wear my GRLFRND Daria Oversized Denim Jacket with Embroidery (you saw it before here) and style it with my Topshop Skinny Jeans in Grey. I chose a simple beige marl tank top and then matched that to my Adidas Campus Trainers which I got around my birthday last month. Aren’t they goreous? Adam and I saw them in Urban Outfitters at the end of July and fell in love with them, and since they had sent me a 20% off code for my birthday, we scooped them up so we have matching trainers (again!), but I think they just complete the outfit here and keep it casual, but styled.
The reason I had chosen something simple like this was because I had my first physiotherapy session for my joints before we took the photos, so I needed something easy to change into. That’s going really well and so far I’ve had 2 sessions, and I have some at home exercises to do. It’s hard, and my muscles aren’t used to it, but I can feel myself getting stronger and I am just hoping it’s going to stop the dislocations and subluxing all the time, to stop the pain. The main thing I need to sort out is my neck and shoulders because of the migraines and pain there, but also my hips so that I can walk better. So hopefully it all starts working well and things improve, we will see! Anyway, please do let me know what you think of the outfit! Do you like double denim? Lorna xx.