Denim is a trend that has never really faded out, it goes with everything, as fundamental pieces in your wardrobe, denim is the must-have for every season. There are the classic pieces that never date, the denim shirt just keeps coming back, dungarees are no longer just a student fashion
and everyone loves a denim skirt.
As seen on the SS 2016 catwalks, 90’s denim styling includes baggy flared boyfriend jeans and printed denim over-sized jackets. Double denim is no longer the crime of the century and catwalk designers are encouraging us to give it a try.
Here's some of the looks that we like;
Patchwork denim as seen by Saint Laurent and Assembly New York.
Pretty floral embroidered jackets by Alexander McQueen.
The killer long denim bohemian styled skirts by Alexander Wang and Chloe.
Taking this style and making it something of your own, we've found the perfect patterns to capture this denim vibe. Whether it's the classic shirt or something a little more daring. Below are sewing patterns that we have hand-picked to create this look.
B6908 - Burda Style Blouse
Available to purchase from Burda Style.
B6725 - Burda Misses' Trousers
Loose fit, figure shaping, tie-waist denim trousers. Available to purchase from Simplicity New Look.
Butterick 5616 - Misses' Jacket (The classic denim jacket)
Available to purchase from Sewdirect.
McCalls - 7330
Misses' Button-Up Utility Jumpsuits. Available to purchase from Sewdirect.