5 Ways to wear a denim shirt

You can wear this must have item with almost anything in your closet. Here's how to rock it!

A simple denim shirt is a must-have for autumn, and it's a great investment too.

It's one of the most versatile items to have in your wardrobe and can be worn in so many different ways.

You can wear it under, over, buttoned up or open, you can dress it up or down and best of all its one item that anyone can pull off.

Mr Price gives us five stylish ways to wear the denim shirt this autumn.

Look 1: Denim on denim

This is one hot trend you want to get right! Avoid looking like you’re heading to the rodeo by pairing different shades, washes and textures.

Add a statement necklace and you’re good to go.

Look 2: Rock chic

This look is all about casual cool. Pair a flowy maxi skirt with a tailored biker jacket, layer this with a knotted denim shirt to accentuate your waist.

Look 3: Pencil this in

The trusty denim shirt will spice up your favourite pencil skirt without leaving you feeling under dressed.

Rolled up sleeves and bold accessories will keep the look on trend.

Look 4: Dress it up


A denim shirt will add an edgy touch to a feminine dress. Wear this versatile from market to mall and from day into evening.

Nip in your waist by adding a belt or knotting the denim shirt in front.

Look 5: Layer it up




Use a denim shirt as a layering item to add extra depth to your outfit. Collar details are a must-have this season

So, if there is one item you have to have in your wardrobe this autumn/winter make sure it’s the denim shirt.

Click here to shop these looks online now!


    

Read more on: jeans  |  fashion  |  denim

NEXT ON WOMEN24X
Share this page (What are these?):

Read Women24’s Comments Policy

24.com publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

Comment on this story
1 comment
Add your comment
Comment 0 characters remaining
We reserve the right to maintain the quality of the discourse on the comments board as much as we can.
By posting comments you agree to our Terms & Conditions.
There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.