While we love a breezy caftan for hot weather, nothing screams summer louder than a pair of denim cutoffs. Of course, you can wear your daisy dukes with pretty much anything in your closet but we must admit that we love the way these style stars are wearing ’em. Keep reading for a few new ways to rock your denim shorts – we might be stealing a few ourselves!
Here are 7 cute ways to wear denim cutoffs!
Serving us this white-hot summer lewk is Pernille and between her neat jacket, square-toed heels, and fabulous bag, we’re in love. We can’t get over how she kept this ensemble looking approachable with those denim shorts in that off-white shade. Snaps all around!
Keeping it cool and safe is our girl Courtnee. We’re totally digging this ensemble that features denim mom shorts, a puff-sleeved top and a necessary face mask. Plus those lime green socks aren’t going unnoticed either!
Blue Jean Baby
Even though it might be a bit too warm to wear this outfit as seen on Ada, it’s a great one to have in your back pocket for late summer. Those shorts look fab with that tucked in blazer and patent boots. Plus we’re absolutely loving that shoelace belt, too!
One of our fave outfits of the week is this one on Pau. That strappy top is fierce, as are those shorts and quilted backpack. It’s all in the details too because take a closer look at the waistband on her denim shorts — asymmetrical is where it’s at!
This simple ensemble is made extra special thanks to the way Tina wears it. Between her fiery red hair to those sick cowboy boots, her denim cutoffs add a cool and casual element that we can’t get enough of.
Local TO babe Rebecca is the qween of cool and this lewk is no different. This could-be simple outfit is made extraordinary thanks to her mom jean shorts, silver lame bag, and chunky sneakers. Need we say more?
Out Of Office
Our gal Chrissy is clearly ready for vacay with this outfit. Her super fun striped shirt is giving us all the Jamaican vibes and those cutoffs have holiday written all over them!
(Story by Contributing Editor, Blair Stutz)