It’s casual. It’s cool. It’s often my uniform for living life. Denim on denim, or the “Canadian tuxedo” as many call it, is easy and effortless. Plus you can take it so many different ways, depending on how you accessorize it. A bright heel, slip-on sneaker, or perhaps snake-skin loafers — all-denim dressing is can be go in whatever direction you’re feeling. That probably what I love about it most. My mood changes and with this laid-back canvas I can easily switch up my style with a swipe of lipstick or by pulling a statement necklace out of my clutch (yes, I usually have a few accessories on hand for those very moments).

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{ Style Tips }

1.Tie it up. It’s a simple trick to fix a wrinkled shirt (or in my case, a dress, yes the top is actually a dress) and helps create more of an hourglass shape on the body.

2. Infuse your own flare to a monochromatic look with your accessories. Try a printed shoe on for size or a unique necklace.

3. Similar washes work well together. Keep your denim on denim feeling summertime-fine with light jeans and a pale chambray top.

4. Experiment to craft your own style. I love dark denim and medium washes too, so mix and match until you find what YOU like. Sometimes I like to tuck my top and other times I like to tie the top or even wear it open over a tank top. Have fun and make it your own.

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{ jean dress | Diesel jeans | LOGO by Lori Goldstein shoes | LOGO by Lori Goldstein statement necklace | vintage clutch | Ray-Ban sunglasses }

Like the the timeless denim-on-denim trend too? check out the showroom below featuring some of my favorite chambray tops I found online. Bonus: lots are on sale and all are under $100!

Dare To Wear } a blog series dedicated to “dare to wear” the same style three ways. If you’re gonna buy it, you better be able to wear it at least three ways, right? Photos by Audrey Gallagher.

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