Denim pencil skirts are on the rise and are going to be incredibly popular for Summer! We have already seen quite a few on celebrities like Ali Larter, Jamie Chung, Miranda Kerr and Jessica Alba and on a lot of bloggers as well! One of the most popular ways to wear them is with a lighter washed denim shirt tucked into a mid blue denim pencil skirt.
I used to wear denim skirts when I was a teenager and quickly outgrew them as they seem too young for me now, however I absolutely adore the invention of pencil skirts in denim. Pencil skirts are always so tailored and classy, so they are a great mature version to wear. I think Ali Larter looks amazing above!
I’ve included a lot of photos of celebs and bloggers sporting their own so you can get some style inspiration and I have also chosen 12 different denim pencil skirts which are available to buy! All ranging in lengths, colour, aesthetics and prints! I think the plain Current/Elliott one is my favourite! What do you think of the trend?
90’s trends have been popping up here and there for years, but they’ve really made their presence known the past couple of years. I love watching trends come back around because they’re always done with a little modern flare from the present time period and I’m loving the way everyone’s wearing their 90’s gear now. Here are my 3 favorite trends that came back this year.
Shredded denim is the next trend to hit the markets. As years pass, it is inevitable to see this trend follow the ‘lighter’ distressed styles. With a range from subtle to extreme and slouchy to skinny, the style already has many celeb endorsements and ready for everyone else to take on. How many of you are ready to start baring a bit more of your legs?
Chambray; it never goes out of style and is always reinventing itself. I love seeing new trends with fabric and now there seems to be more and more accessories using the fabric as well. It’s light weight and unlike other fabrics, looks great in any form of clothing. Since we are well into Spring, I thought it would be nice to revisit the Chambray trend and give you some new ways to incorporate it into you wardrobe other than your typical button up.