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At the moment, denim jackets are en vogue. Denim jackets never really left the fashion scene, but these are not just any, what’s trending now are cropped denim jackets.
Generally, denim is a very comfortable piece of clothing which comes in different shades and colours. We love how a single denim piece can add a youthful look to a serious and grown-up outfit.
And what’s more, our star piece, the cropped denim jacket is one which can be worn on almost any outfit. We will walk you through a few ways you can rock your cropped denim jacket and look fabulous!
Your jacket can be worn on a skirt, the skirt could be flowing, knee length skirt or a pencil skirt and it could be imprinted skirts or denim skirts. A neck piece can also be worn over the denim jacket to give you a glam look.
Add a striped tank underneath the jacket and your outfit will be totally on trend.
With a Dress
Pairing a denim jacket with a cute dress, gives you an effortlessly chic look. This goes with either short or long (maxi) dresses.
With Colored Denim
Okay, the general rule is that denim on denim is no-no, but denim jackets worn over denim trousers can be so cute particularly if rock it with a different shade of denim trousers so you do not have an overly uniform look.
You can also add a chunky jewelry on it with a pair of bright pumps as your foot wear.
With African Print (Native)
One way to give the denim jacket a very modern spin is to match it your favorite native attire to give it a modern and funky look. This could either be a gown, skirt or trouser made from African print.
If there’s one addition you make to your wardrobe this season, make it a cropped denim jacket because it’s so versatile and will come in handy for all those holiday parties you will be invited to.
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