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Denim Color Combos To Explore This Spring




enim is a holy grail for the entire season. Whether the temperature drops or rises, denim always provides a suitable or informal situation. However, the styling dynamics differ from season to season. While the cold days call for layering and staying warm, seasons like spring transform into denim color combinations that reflect mood-boosting qualities.

The ball is often in the subject’s court to turn the tones in your favor. Thanks to the challenging face of contemporary fashion, spring is no longer reserved for brighter shades. Colors like browns and neutrals are still taking center stage this spring, and even through the summer, some are set to persist. That’s why this world of shades is worth trying out this season. Denim will always remain a contemporary classic, each with its own style elements.

Check out cool denim color combinations to wear this spring…

#1. Baby pink and lemon green

The soft shade radiates a feminine appearance. Wear a pink jacket with a green bag or wear a baby pink top with denim pants. The pastel shade is a favorite in spring, and this green shade gives every outfit a boost.

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#2. Gray and orange

Gray is best for the whole season. The classic color is a must-have for spring. Gray pieces styled with denim can be worn without hindrance. Whether it’s a structured coat over a denim co-ord or a gray mini dress paired with a denim jacket, this offering hits hard. The code is to opt for playful minimalism to revive the timeless fit. This is where a cute orange bag comes into play: to inject some whimsy.

#3. Red and white

Red will always be ready, like the pen of a knowing writer. Yes, it never drops the ball but steadily puts its weight on chic looks. Even a bold red lipstick and swept-back bangs will take any look to the next level. Think red patent pumps with wide-leg jeans or more subtle red accessories that liven up a denim dress for an effortless look. These denim color combinations are bold and will make you stand out in any room.

#4. Shades of brown

This color may have been relegated to the cooler seasons, but it has recently forced its way out of the box. Wearing brown shades and denim is a combination no fashion girl should sleep on. Take the neutral transition color and give it a spring twist by keeping the shades on the accessories. But who’s to stop you if you opt for a tan look from head to toe that exudes monochrome charm?

#5. Black and white

Simplicity has its roots in sophistication. Something these two shades are good at. While the combo may seem regular, it makes its mark when executed properly. As seen above, Alexandra Lap defines chic in a black top with white rosette details, combined with airy jeans and black and white ballerinas. The combo is both comfortable and stylish and passes the vibe check.

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#6. Purple and turquoise

Color blocking in spring is anchored in reality. The play of colors must be first-rate and strategic for the styling to succeed. To play it safe, opt for a denim midi dress or midi skirt and top, and pair with purple and turquoise. Otherwise, wear purple outerwear for warmth and style, then throw on a turquoise bag or clutch for a pump.

#7. Multicolored x denim

The easiest way to pull off these denim color combinations is to wear a multi-colored jacket over skin-tight jeans. It’s simple and requires minimal styling. This doesn’t prevent coordinated placement of random shades to display creativity and fun personal style.

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