Denim has always been a popular choice every season with its dress up and dress down capabilities. I’d be surprised to open anyone’s wardobe and not see at least one or two items of denim.
There are so many items of denim on the market it is hard to go wrong unless of course you’re Caggie Dunlop from Made in Chelsea with her hideous one-piece denim outfit – if you can call it an outfit!
For those of you who love the denim look and, unlike Catherine Dunlop, know how to wear it, you shall be pleased to know that Wendy Montgomery – our very own London based denim aficonado – has developed the fashion brainchild of the year with the launch of her new UK online store – www.therawdenimbar.co.uk. This e-store stocks the height of fashion containing the hottest US denim brands and is extremely popular with celebs all over the world.
In fact, the magazine Look is doing an exclusive offer of 20% of all purchases from therawdenimbar.co.uk from 21 June to 28 June 2011. All you have to do is enter the code LOOK20 at the checkout cart.
Celebs already pictured in Wendy’s fabulous denim include Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who rocked denim skinny shorts, Rihanna who sexed it up in a fabulous charley 5.0 denim dress, Kirstin Stewart who wore Denim Of Virtue complete with ankle zips which was a far better accessory than R-Patz in my opinion. For those not wanting to rock the skinny jean look, Nicole Ritchie ventured out in a pair of work custom jeans announcing that they make her legs look “a mile long”.
If you want to be understated, Jessica Alba showed us how to do it best with her denim Domino jacket paired with a beautiful floral knee-length dress and huge 70s inspired sunglasses. Even Jennifer Aniston was seen stepping out in Raw Denim look.
The only drawback to Wendy Montogomery’s fabulous site therawdenimbar.co.uk is that the better items are at least over £100. There expensive but well worth the money. If you want to keep on trend and not upset your bank manager, stick with this season’s hottest look of bright denim – my favourite colours are tangerine, yellow, pink and deep purple. These looks can be found in most high street shops at affordable prices. I recently spotted a yellow version and a cropped pastel pink version at Primark just the other day so if you’re quick you should be able to snap them up.
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