You’ve seen Denimocracy’s Spring lookbook and their Spring line in action, but what about behind all of that? I have for you an exclusive interview with Denimocracy’s designer Janine Shaw. I sat down with her to ask her a few questions about the line and even a few questions about her personal life. Ladies and gentleman…meet Janine!
Yes, it is still cold and yes, I’m sure you can’t wait to not have to wear a big jacket anymore. I don’t know about you guys, but as winter carries on I find myself repetitively wearing the same outfit: a warm jacket, flats and jeans. I start loosing creativity when it’s cold because I’m just concerned about being warm. Below are a few categories of jacket/coat options to pair with your jeans to keep you warm without loosing the stylish part. Of course, you might have to layer with some of them but feel free to slip a hoodie on under them or pair one of the bigger jackets listed below, over them. Have fun, mix and match and most importantly, have fun with your denim!
Blazers are more of a lightweight coat and definitely made for more of a Spring or Fall season, but I say bring those babies into the winter! Put a warm sweater under, a scarf on top and some gloves with a great pair of flares. A form fitting jacket like a blazer goes great with a bolder bottom like a flare. If you’re still cold (which in a lot of places is still possible) pair a pea coat (listed below) over this little outfit you’ve created and you’re guaranteed a warm, cozy time out.
Outfit guides can be difficult because the weather is different all around the world. Here at DB we’re introducing a new series of outfit guides for all the types of weather you might be experiencing this winter, whether it’s extremely cold or something more tolerable like a brisk cold.
The first part of the series is how to dress for the winter in LA. It doesn’t get nearly as cold here as most places, but it’s cold enough to have to bundle up a little bit (to us). If your town is like LA, follow this step by step guide to keep warm and stylish during the Winter.