Read on to find out what your denim choices convey to the world, and shop some of the best new items, no matter which camp you fall into.
You mean business. When you do diverge from your typical uniform of slacks and a blazer, you are pulling on a pair of slim, black stovepipes.
The perfect dark black, with enough stretch to keep you streamlined.
As the approachable girl next door, you feel most comfortable in a chambray shirt and true blue, wide-leg jeans.
Mid-Rise Flared Jeans ($395)
These flares are just the right width, and the high rise is perfect for tucking in your favorite chambray shirt.
A frequent festival-goer, your fun-loving spirit is best represented by your playful denim shorts and bright tops.
The cuffed hem is a little more refined than the ubiquitous frayed edge
You are typically caught in a sundress or tweed jacket, but when it comes to denim, the lady in you prefers the pencil skirt.
Stiletto Pencil Skirt ($188)
Why not add a subtle color block to your pencil skirt?
Bohemian and free-spirited, you love your denim vest for its capacity to add a little edge to your floaty dresses.
Destroyed Denim Vest ($109)
The lived-in feel of this vest will be perfect with a slouchy gray tee and an ethereal skirt.
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Your look is never too studied, generally laid-back, and is ready for anything, so you prefer ripped skinny jeans because they aren’t too precious.
Rose Jeans ($205)
A true blue jean with just enough ripped detailing.
Always ahead of the curve and rather outspoken, you’ve been rocking overalls with heels for a while now. Thankfully the rest of the pack is catching up.
Overalls Hipster ($306)
The slim fit of these overalls is ideal for layering under a jacket.
You’re quite the downtown gal, so when you’re not in a leather jacket, you’re topping your look with a distressed denim jacket.
The oversized silhouette is perfect for layering.
Unquestionably the life of the party and always comfortable as the center of attention, you’re confident enough to rock ‘90s-era badges on your jeans. Not that people needed another way to remember you.
Girl scout style, all grown up.
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Normcore style at its best, you’re deliberately embracing boring to set yourself apart from the wacky trendsetters. Unfortunately for you, you still look cool.