Tricks For Nailing Head-To-Toe Denim


The Canadian tuxedo has long gotten a bad rap (cue flashbacks to Britney and Justin circa 2001), but nowadays we beg to differ. Head-to-toe denim done right can be a cool, polished way to wear the beloved fabric. Street-style stars and It girls alike are rocking new silhouettes, mixing modern washes and adding chic accessories for an elevated vibe. Ahead, four fresh ways to sport blue-on-blue without committing a double-denim foul.

Adam Katz Sinding

Double Denim Done Right

Opt for statement jeans with sequined patches and add a denim jacket rendered in a darker wash. Yellow suede espadrille sandals add a color pop to avoid an all-blue washout.

Linen T-Shirt



Cosie Suede Rope Sole Espadrille


Sigerson Morrison

Premium Stretch Denim Jacket


J. Crew

Moto Rio Sequin Mom Jeans



Pair a dark denim shift dress with a bicolored trench for your next GNO. Finish the look with sleek extras such as a minimal clutch, ankle-strap heels and a dainty tie choker.

Milady Heel



Metal Trim Clutch Bag



Double Wrap Lilou Choker


Are You Am I

Pocket Denim Dress



Denim Trench Coat


Kendall + Kylie

Play with volume by teaming denim culottes with an off-the-shoulder top of a lighter hue. Temper the look with neutral suede mules, but add fun warm-weather vibes with mirrored sunnies and a raffia bag.

Raffia Clutch With Fringe


Hat Attack

Leonard Mirrored Sunglasses



Perpetua Open Toe Mule


Jeffrey Campbell

Maisie Off-The-Shoulder Denim Top



Le Culotte High-Waisted Jeans


Frame Denim

A polished chambray shirt tucks into a buttoned midi skirt for the office. Complete the look with nude sandals, a structured satchel and cool circle sunglasses.

Leather Mini Traveller Bag


Cambridge Satchel

Cinema Round Sunglasses



Stecy Sandals


Steve Madden

Leeds Denim Shirt


Rag & Bone

Simone Button-Down Denim Skirt


MIH Jeans