Nadia Fairfax Told Us Her Favourite Ways to Style Denim

Australian fashion blogger Nadia Fairfax is known for her relaxed, low-key look—often incorporating a piece of denim into her outfit. So it makes perfect sense that she’s the new face of Cotton On’s 91: LTD limited edition denim collection—a collection of on-trend and affordable denim pieces all under $100.

Nadia recently said that denim will forever be a key part of her wardrobe, and we have to agree. It’s timeless and always adds an element of ‘cool’. While trends come and go, the perfect pair of jeans or denim dress will always have a place in your wardrobe.

To celebrate the launch of the new affordable collection, we asked Nadia (who we think to be a bit of a style wizard), how she’d style three of her favourite pieces in the collection. Keep scrolling to find out!



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“These are like a grown up version of overalls. I love indigo denim over a classic wash for this type of piece. It makes it easier to transition the item from day to night! I'd style it for day with a tee, and for night with a lace bralette and heels. I'm also loving raw edges right now!”

Pictured: Cotton On The Limited Boiler Jumpsuit ($90).

Dress and Jacket


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“I love playing with shapes and obscure silhouettes. Styling a somewhat-baggy dress under a loose-fitting denim jacket makes it 100 times more chic. Have fun, spend some time mixing and matching in your closet, it can change your entire look!”

Pictured: Cotton On The Limited Colour Block Dress ($60), Cotton on The Limited Trucker Jacket ($60).



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“As much as plenty of us can’t (don't want to) believe it, ’90s fashion has made a resurgence. The denim mini is coming back, and I am loving the skort—it adds a touch of a modern trend into this old-school piece. Wear it with a ribbed tank for the ultimate fashion throwback.”

Pictured: Cotton On The Limited Skort ($40)

Opening image: Sophia Athas

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