I’m all about finding wardrobe staples that are comfortable, well-made & versatile. And one of the reasons that I began my site was to show that you don’t have to spend a fortune to find quality pieces that you can wear over and over again. A denim skirt is a classic style that we’ve seen make a big comeback in the last few years. If you don’t already own one, I’m excited to share this one from Riders by Lee, which is the perfect wash, fit & length for all shapes, sizes & ages. Today I’m showing you three different ways to style it for multiple different occasions & seasons – I’d love to hear which look is your favorite!
It’s so easy to dress up your denim a bit by wearing it with a silky printed top & strappy sandals – this would be perfect for a summer date night or a Sunday brunch with friends. This off-the-shoulder blouse adds a feminine twist & a colorful clutch gives it a playful feel. Another way I’d style this for evening is with a bodysuit & pointed pumps or a one-shoulder ruffled top with statement earrings.
Pairing it with a tee that has some special details, like this bell sleeve knit top, keeps it casual without being too basic. I styled mine with sneakers here to show you how easy it is to dress down. This is a great “mom on-the-go” look that you can wear to the park with your kids, to soccer games or running errands. I love that this denim has good stretch to it, which makes it easy to move around in + it’s just the right length so you don’t have to worry about it revealing too much when you sit down or bend over.
I also wanted to show you one transitional look – denim skirts are ideal for wearing into the fall with booties, cashmere & moto jackets. I layered a cozy open-front cardigan over a lace-trim cami & paired with peep-toe mules for a polished modern feel. This would also look great with a fitted sweater tucked in – I’d add a leather belt at the waist to create definition & add interest.
Thank you to Riders by Lee for kindly sponsoring this post.
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