How To Find The Perfect Denim Jacket

Summer outerwear = sorted.

A nice denim jacket is a staple in any wardrobe, and can be worn (nearly) all year round. However, finding your Holy Grail denim staple isn’t always easy, as there are so many variations in different colors and different fits... where to start? Luckily, it’s also such a classic item, that when you’ve found the one, you’ll be able to wear it for years on end, and it will never go out of style. To give it a fresh spin for a new season, all you have to do is accessorize or add an upgrade like distressing, badges, and pins. Or, just rock it however the hell you want to. But first, we have to find that perfect denim jacket that makes you look in the mirror and go “YAAAS.”


Main imagery via Topshop (edits by Couturesque)

Speaking of timeless wardrobe staples, it turns out that co-ords are now a ubiquitous summer must-have - shop our favourites over here.  We're also loving the resurgence of these statement earrings.
WHO: Katarina, Sr. Fashion Market Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Copenhagen
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