My social media feeds have been filling up with all sorts of denim-related articles, so today’s post is dedicated to the abundance of denim:
- The Guardian reports that it’s all about the no-hem-hemline this season.
- Five tips on how to make denim work for the office.
- She Finds shares 13 ways to wear cropped jeans.
- If you want to switch things up, then patchwork jeans are the way to go according to PopSugar.
- StyleCaster lists 10 designers who do denim really well.
- Or have a look at these five emerging denim brands.
- Six denim brands predict their sellout styles for Spring 2016.
- Vogue’s denim editor picks her favourite raw denim jeans.
- From plush-lined toppers to full suit looks, here are the 50 best denim looks from the Fall 2016 runways.
- Thinking of adding a few denim pieces to your Spring wardrobe that aren’t jeans? Then this roundup is for you.
- Who’s game to try these denim-inspired beauty products?
Fab Links from Our Members
Beth Ann loves how this model-turned-designer is taking on the high-heeled fashion industry by creating a collection of fabulous low-heeled shoes with a modern retro feel. Notice all the block heels and mules!
Dakotacheryl likes new-to-her blog Atypical 60, and her post about “Shit Old Ladies Do.”
Angie thought “10+ Reasons I Love My Ugly Body” was a compelling and heartfelt read.
Angie also wanted to share Sally’s post about a play in which a character reeled off a series of fat jokes, and how she feels about acceptable prejudice.
Stockings with pre-painted toenails made Angela K smile.
Krishnidoux enjoyed this article about a fashion reporter explaining why she tries not to buy anything under $150.
Texstyle thought this was interesting: A London receptionist was sent home for refusing to buy and wear at least 2″ heels for a temporary job. She’s now trying to force a change in the policy.
UmmLila came across a humorous piece on Mom Haircuts, something she had not heard of before.
Ledonna N. loved this uplifting personal essay on style by novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.