How To Style: Denim on Denim

The Canadian Tuxedo has a hip new look.
Image: Chiara Ferragni /

Every year, our favorite fashion magazines never fail to pack their August issues with reams of lovely denim. Why is that? Because there is no other fabric - sans cotton, maybe - that can seamlessly transition from season to season. There is also no other fabric that looks so darn good paired with itself. What was once an uncool look reserved for dads has quickly become a mainstay for the fashion elite. Denim on denim (aka the Canadian tuxedo) is getting a fresh face in all new washes and shapes this year. Culottes, midi-skirts, blazers, dungarees - we know, we can't get enough either. Check out some double denim looks we love that just might give you a case of the blues.


WHO: Autumn, Jr. Fashion Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Illinois, USA
OBSESSED WITH: Valentino F/W 2015 RTW
LISTENING TO: Sound & Color - Alabama Shakes
CAN BE FOUND AT: @im_autumnbreeze

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