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How to style denim jeans

Denim jeans are a staple in everybody's wardrobe as they are so versatile, effortlessly stylish, affordable and, for the most part, comfortable to wear.

When it comes to jeans, a lot of my clients are just looking for inspiration on how they can style their own existing pairs in more interesting ways. Others are looking to try cuts outside of their usual realm but are unsure what will best suit their style and body shape. To give you a starting point, here I style 4 different pairs of denim jeans including; skinny, straight, printed mom and flared jeans, using pieces from Australian and international brands that are in store now.

Watch the video or scroll to see and shop the looks

To shop the looks click on the pieces below - please note that I'm not partnered or affiliated with the brands linked in this post, these are 100% organic recommendations which come from personal style and experience.

Skinny Jeans

Levis; Skinny jeans, Hansen and Gretel; Blazer, Arnsdorf; Tank, Alighieri; Bracelet, J. Hannah; Nail Polish, Senso; Mules

Straight Leg

Re/Done; Straight leg jeans, Lucy Folk; Single stone ring, Lucy Folk; Four stone ring, Penney + Bennett; Shirt, Zara; Belt, Senso; Boots

Printed Mom

E.L.V Denim; Printed mom jeans, Scanlan Theodore; Jumper, Sarah and Sebastian; Earrings, Rylan Studios; Bag, Veja; Shoes


Nobody; Denim Flared jeans, Aritzia; Bralette, McIntyre; Cardigan, Senir Besim; Necklace, Shevoke; Sunglasses, Bassike; Sandals

If you'd like to know how to mix and match your denim jeans to make looks with your existing wardrobe pieces, I offer a Wardrobe Edit. Alternatively if you'd like to have a one to one styling session with me and find new pieces then please see my Style Evolution service where we shop together, I guide and teach.

If you'd simply like someone to shop on your behalf to save yourself the time try The Bespoke Package package. Get in touch here and we can chat!

What denim jean cuts would you like me to style next time? Let me know in the comment section below

Thanks for reading!

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