Adding denim garments to your closet

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Adding denim garments to your closet

New ways to add denim garments into your closet

Denim is constantly multiplying its influence over the fashion world offering new designs, colors and textures that make more people fall in love with this versatile fabric and in this article we will show you some new amazing ways to add more denim garments into your closet.

“Denim does not stop evolving since it was first used to manufacturer work wear, designers are constantly offering new alternatives and more persons are adding denim garments into their wardrobes”, said Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim, about this topic.

Flare jeans were popular in the 70’s and they are a trend at the street styles once again, which different shades of blue that, combined with white garments will make you get the perfect look for a shopping day or when you go out with your friends.

Denim manufacturers are also offering new textures on denim that simulate the daily weathering, offering more comfort so you can make your daily activities and move free with the denim garments you wear.

Jeans with worn details are also a trend for the season and the perfect choice for persons who love creating vintage looks, especially when you combine them with colorful accessories and tribal blouses.

Denim dresses were out of the fashion styles for a few years, but they are now back and have come to prove they still have much to offer to denim lovers, you can include this garment into your wardrobe now and combine them with sneakers; this combination will make you feel comfortable and flatter your shape at the same time.

Some brands are offering all type of denim garments in soft, washed out and relaxed versions to make you enjoy every day with a denim garment.

“Denim still has much to give, and designers are aware of this, that is why they are offering new alternative for denim lovers to try with more trends every new season”, added Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal.