What do the 60s, the 90s, and these spring trends have in common? Denim suits and everyone loves it for many reasons. They signify laid-back, easy-to-wear, and independent items at the same time.
As a workwear for labors, the high fashion industry had overlooked denim suits, but then hippies came. They changed them into a symbol of freedom, and the fight against the system. For that reason, Calvin Klein and other designers used denim in the 1990s with the aim to show a different kind of beauty – more raw, unisex. The minus is they emptied of its original meaning, because of dressing celebrities in their clothes. That’ s why people don’t see any hidden meaning behind denim nowadays and associate it with pop culture icons such as Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake at the 2001 American Music Awards or grunge chic Drew Barrymore in 1991.
Nevertheless, the latest trend of a colorful suits looks powerful again, especially in the red version. I bought my one in Bershka because I’ve fallen in love with ragged details and cool metal rings. I put on a striped turtleneck and transparent round glasses to look more 90s, but I can imagine it with crop tops in the summer. My new sneakers are Nike Air Jewell, they are super comfortable with the 1990s spirit.
This outfit is great for lazy people (like me) who don’t want to spend hours before wardrobe but still want to give the impression of being a fashion person. What’s more, you can create more than three outfits – use both or just one single piece.
I found similar suits in Monki. They are offering a variety of colors so everyone can choose what fits them best. There are also skirts for female types.
Just pick one, go out and show your statement. Do you like this look?
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Thank @karolfialova for wonderful photos and nice afternoon!