Tuesday, 24 March 2015

The Denim Jeans Style Challenge - Look One

That Dapper Chap shares the first look in the denim style challenge, creating five looks from just two pairs of jeans.

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Hi, thanks for checking back in for the first installment of the Next denim jeans style challenge. If you haven't already read the details of the challenge or the very interesting denim survey results by Burton Menswear, find it HERE

All photography by the very talented Ian Clark of PhotoByIan, check out his other work HERE

The two pairs of jeans from Next.co.uk that I used for the challenge


Look One - The Heritage Worker


The first look is a relaxed formal look. Being at the more formal end I opted for the smarter jeans which can be found HERE at £35.00.

With the vintage style grandad collar shirt and tweed waistcoat the look has a very heritage feel. The boots continue the theme and the trouser chain conjures images of a factory worker with his bunch of keys hanging from his waistband.

Change this look up by wearing a collared shirt and a tie.

A relaxed but more formal look


A close up of the denim and the trouser chain and watch

Relaxed but still smart enough for the workplace

Black leather brogue boot increase the formality of the look


The trouser chain, adding interest and depth to the outfit

Enjoying a cup of tea and a much needed break

A closer look at the waistcoat and shirt

The slim leg of the jeans keeps them neat


Photography


All photography by Ian Clark. Check out his work at HERE
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The Outfit


Black Brogue Boots - Lucini £75.00
Trouser Chain - Ebay
Watch - James McCabe Heritage £179.00

Check back for the second part in this five part series where I'll show you a more preppy look.

THANKS FOR READING!

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