9 Feb 2012

HOW TO WEAR THAT DENIM JACKET/SHIRT men

marvin saidi | 22:25 |
I don't know i think denim shirts rock, As you know by now, I am always on the pulse of what’s happening in fashion! :D for the express purpose of a casual look in the daytime, mall, coffee, bookstores, any type of errand i think its hard to beat a nice western shirt. although im not talking bout the waaay over the top ones with flowers and embroidery and stuff but just good patterns and denim shirts are hard to beat...
and will never totally be in or out of style.. i like to go depending on the weather ribbed thermal tank underneath with sleeves rolled up to elbows shirt untucked and two buttons left undone i think its a good look.. for the record id never wear any once the sun goes down ever... for some reason to me its purely a daytime aesthetic..

so here is a guide on how to rock that denim look



The denim jacket is one of those items that exude an effortless air of rugged masculinity and machismo. It’s really a question of how well it will integrate into the rest of your wardrobe, since denim jackets work in tandem with the rest of your outfit. A denim jacket adds an undeniable dressed down sense to any outfit, so be sure this is something you feel you can pull off.


Wearing The Jacket

Tips for wearing a denim jacket are simple.
  • Never ‘double up’ on denim. If you’re wearing a denim jacket, that means no denim jeans, and definitely no denim shirts. If you’re not sure go with khaki or corduroy pants.
  • If you must mix denims, mix up the washes. Extremely dark wash jeans and a faded shearling-lined jacket is a great example.
  • Never wear your jacket with shorts. No exceptions.
  • Try pairing your jacket with a stiff pair of khakis and a dress shirt for a casual Friday look, or ragged cords and a t-shirt for a grunge-inspired casual outfit.
  • To preserve the wash, treat the jacket as you would if it were a pair of jeans. Wash infrequently, and expect some shrinkage with hot-water washes.
  • Don’t wear the jacket too often, unless you want to be known as ‘that denim jacket guy’, which is a terrible thing to be known as.   

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