Lorna Burford, editor in chief of DenimBlog answers five of your most pressing denim questions…
Last week I met (virtually, of course) the doll known as Lorna Burford. An extremely popular blogger (read her personal blog here), editor in chief of DenimBlog and 2013 winner of the Bath in Fashion Blogger Awards, I figured there’s no one better to answer the top five questions about, you guessed it, denim.
1. How do you feel about wearing denim on denim?
I love double denim! It’s an amazing combination to wear, especially when worn right. It can look stylish, inventive and really fashionable. Make sure your two pieces of denim are different washes, so a light blue on top and a dark blue on the bottom and you will be all set! The best way is a light blue denim jacket or denim shirt with some dark blue skinny jeans. You can even do triple denim as I have done before.
In this photo, Lorna wears three different washes of denim… don’t be afraid to push boundaries.
5. Denim has always been a huge trend, but has been receiving tons of extra attention since last year. Recent denim trends include: the return of bell bottoms, cropped denim pants, patterned denim… the list goes on. Out of all the denim trends you’ve seen lately, which one is your favourite and why?
My favourite at the moment would probably have to be the resurrection of vintage denim, much like the Levi’s 501’s. RE/DONE do an amazing job of deconstructing and reconstructing old vintage Levi’s jeans and making them more modern, but loads of other denim brands are releasing their own take on new jeans that look old and worn in. These feature the high rise, a button fly, thicker denim and a straight cropped leg. This trend doesn’t work for everyone though as you do have to have a specific body type for them, but I love the vintage Levi’s 501 denim shorts too for myself. I have lots of them!
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Until Next Time!