5 denim looks that deviate from the usual jeans and tee

09 March 2017

Ever since their invention in 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, the iconic pair of jeans that were made from denim has evolved into a number of styles and fit that are worn right till this very day. The word “denim” comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called “Serge de Nîmes”, which were initially made in Nîmes, France, hence “de Nîmes” - “denim”. Although the material is most commonly used to create jeans, this durable and long lasting fabric has then been used to create a number of styles including skirts, dresses and overalls.

Check out these simple denim looks, great for a casual day out!



With Coachella happening in about a month’s time, there is no doubt that even Asians get in on the hype with Coachella inspired outfits and this shortalls may just do the trick. Easy, breezy and comfy, this outfit is perfect for day out in our hot weather.


Vented Skirt and Jacket


Channel that late 60’s vibe with this vented skirt and denim jacket. This pairing will instantly give you a vintage vibe that keeps showing up in street fashion.


Denim on Denim


What about denim over denim? Twice the denim twice the love we say!




Keep it cool with a one piece dress paired with a denim belt in the same material. Add a little scarf around the neck and you’re good to go!




As the name ‘cover’-‘all’ suggests, this denim onesie may look like an outfit a mechanic would wear in his workshop, but don’t be fooled. Pair it with the right shoes and accessories and you might be able to turn heads (for the right reasons of course)!

Check out Levi’s first ever ‘Set The Standard’ store in Malaysia’s premier shopping destination, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

Watch In Louboutin’s Shoes, 25th March 9PM MY/SIN/HK 

Written by Lily Shah

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