We Found a New Way to Wear Denim on Denim This Spring

The Canadian tuxedo is nothing new in the world of fashion. This season, wearing multiple tones of denim is the most popular way to wear your jeans in every shape and form—from your jackets down to your miniskirts. The key to making a denim-on-denim outfit feel fresh and completely on trend is to make sure the two pieces differ in shade. Even if the contrast is slight, the mismatched colors will make all the difference to your denim-on-denim ensemble.

This new take on an old trend gives your overall look more points of interest. Adding this two-tone element instantly gives your outfit the edgy feel it needs to complete a cohesive ensemble. Keep reading to see the new way to wear the trend, and then shop our favorite denim pieces of the season.

Jean Jacket + Skirt

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Collage Vintage

Layer an oversize jean jacket with a unique denim skirt. Add a bright bag for some interest.

Available in sizes 34 FR to 44 FR.

Chambray Shirt + Wide-Leg Jeans

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Swap your go-to T-shirt for a chambray shirt, and then tuck it into wide-leg jeans. Pair the set with Western-inspired shoes to play up the cowgirl vibe.

Dark Denim Jacket + Boyfriend Jeans

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Collage Vintage

Experiment with extreme denim contrasts by wearing a dark-wash denim jacket with a lighter wash jean. A polished bag and graphic tee will finish off the look with ease.

Multi-Denim Jacket + Light-Wash Jeans

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Patched denim makes for quite the statement. You really can do no wrong with a patterned basic and some denim.

Oversize Denim Jacket + Denim Bustier

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Collage Vintage

Update your staple work blouse by layering a denim bustier on top and finishing off the look with a jean jacket draped over your shoulders.

Shearling Denim Jacket + Vintage-Inspired Jeans

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Collage Vintage

This jacket is an iconic denim piece that goes well with just about anything. If you want to keep it simple, wear the shearling piece with some vintage-inspired denim.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

Reconstructed Denim Jacket + Statement Jeans

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Collage Vintage

This look is proof that denim doesn't have to be boring. Thanks to the innovation of designers as of late, denim is taking on a whole new personality. We're particularly loving the ultra-distressed finishes and unique reconstructed details.